Abstract: The main purpose of this study is to examine the influence of job dissatisfaction on the involvement of counter productive work behavior among university staff. Data was gathered through questionnaire survey completed by 266 university staff from three public universities located in the Northern region of peninsular Malaysia. The regression results found that job dissatisfaction is an important factor in influencing university staff to be engaged in counterproductive work behavior. The practical implications of this finding for understanding the hypothesized relationship are discussed.
Tan Fee Yean, Johanim Johari and Khulida Kirana Yahya, 2016. The Effect of Job Dissatisfaction on Counterproductive Work Behavior. International Business Management, 10: 6036-6039.