Hypocritical Behaviors and Organizational Deviance: Explaining the Mediating Role of Interpersonal Trust and Organizational Silence
In order to expand the literature on the effects and consequences of hypocritical behaviors in organizations, the present study aims to present a model iof the role of these behaviors in the organizational deviations along with explaining the mediating role of interpersonal trust and organizational silence in government organizations in Rafsanjan in 2018. In this regard, research questionnaires were prepared and distributed among the sample of 294 employees. To analyze the data, the structural equation modeling was implemented and to test the hypotheses, the pattern of relations between the antecedents of deviant behaviors with stimulating role of hypocritical behaviors in interpersonal communication by mediating role of interpersonal trust and organizational silence was developed and tested. The results showed that at confidence level of 95%, hypocritical behaviors were significantly associated with interpersonal trust and organizational silence. Interpersonal trust and silent strategy also have a direct significant relationship with organizational deviances. Finally, considering the direct effect of hypocritical behaviors on the occurrence of organizational deviances, it can be argued that the constructs of interpersonal trust and organizational silence play a relative mediating role in this regard. Thus, evidence suggests that hypocritical behaviors with a decrease in interpersonal trust have contributed to the prevalence of organizational silence and, consequently, to the emergence and increase of organizational deviances of employees.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Organizational Behavior Studies Quarterly, Volume:8 Issue:3, 2019
181 - 206
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