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Job Demands as Risk Factors of Exposure to Bullying at Work: The Moderating Role of Team-Level Conflict Management Climate
Conflict management climate is an important organizational resource that is theorized to prevent interpersonal frustration from escalating into harsh interpersonal conflicts and even workplace bullying. The present study ...
Active and passive forms of destructive leadership in a military context: a systematic review and meta-analysis
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
Since the turn of the millennium, a growing academic interest has emerged regarding the dark side of leadership, both in general and specific contexts. Characteristics of military organisations may either reduce or exaggerate ...
Leadership ostracism behaviors from the target's perspective: A content and behavioral typology model derived from interviews with Chinese employees
Leadership ostracism denotes a severe work stressor, potentially entailing more serious negative effects than other types of workplace ostracism. However, scholars have paid relatively little attention to ostracism carried ...
Locus of Control Moderates the Relationship Between Exposure to Bullying Behaviors and Psychological Strain
Workplace bullying is regarded as one of the most devastating stressors at work for those targeted, and the bullying-mental health relationship is well-documented in the literature, even under lower levels of exposure. ...
How long does it last? Prior victimization from workplace bullying moderates the relationship between daily exposure to negative acts and subsequent depressed mood
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
The aim of the present study was to examine the relationships between daily exposure to negative acts and depressed mood on the same day and on the days following the exposure, and to test the hypothesis that these ...
Dispositional affect as a moderator in the relationship between role conflict and exposure to bullying behaviors
Stressors in the work environment and individual dispositions among targets have been established separately as antecedents and risk factors of workplace bullying. However, few studies have examined these stressors in ...
Beware the angry leader: Trait anger and trait anxiety as predictors of petty tyranny
Drawing on the general aggression model and theories of victimization and temperamental goodness-of-fit, we investigated trait anger and trait anxiety as antecedents of petty tyranny: employing a multilevel design with ...
Et brutalt arbeidsmiljø? En undersøkelse av mobbing, konflikter og destruktiv ledelse i norsk arbeidsliv
(Bergen Bullying Research Group, The University of Bergen, 2007)
Mobbing i arbeidslivet
(© Jobbing uten mobbing 2005, 2005)
En drøfting av hva mobbing er, hvor omfattende det er, hvilke utslag mobbing gir seg og hvilke konsekvenser det får.
Workplace bullying as an antecedent to job insecurity and intention to leave: a 6-month prospective study
Workplace bullying is a severe problem in contemporary working life, affecting up to 15 per cent of employees. Among the detrimental outcomes of bullying, it is even postulated as a major risk factor for exclusion from ...