Supervisory abuse, bullying, envy, and safety lapses are endemic in today’s organizations. In this symposium, authors discuss these topics and how they are fostered in “dark” organizational cultures and climates. Authors provide evidence of pervasive bullying in academic institutions and show that employees are often afraid to speak up about abuse because of a climate of fear. A third paper discusses how a culture of envy can lead to dysfunction. In the final paper, the authors demonstrate how a specific culture typology fosters moral disengagement of employees, who then deviate from safety rules and keep silent about work accidents.

Supervisory abuse, bullying, envy, and safety lapses are endemic in today’s organizations. In this symposium, authors discuss these topics and how they are fostered in “dark” organizational cultures and climates. Authors provide evidence of pervasive bullying in academic institutions and show that employees are often afraid to speak up about abuse because of a climate of fear. A third paper discusses how a culture of envy can lead to dysfunction. In the final paper, the authors demonstrate how a specific culture typology fosters moral disengagement of employees, who then deviate from safety rules and keep silent about work accidents.

Dark organizational climates and cultures / Ashkanasy, N.; Petitta, Laura. - -:(2013), pp. ---. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 28th Conference SIOP (Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology) tenutosi a Houston, USA nel 11-13 April 2013.

Dark organizational climates and cultures

PETITTA, LAURA
2013

Abstract

Supervisory abuse, bullying, envy, and safety lapses are endemic in today’s organizations. In this symposium, authors discuss these topics and how they are fostered in “dark” organizational cultures and climates. Authors provide evidence of pervasive bullying in academic institutions and show that employees are often afraid to speak up about abuse because of a climate of fear. A third paper discusses how a culture of envy can lead to dysfunction. In the final paper, the authors demonstrate how a specific culture typology fosters moral disengagement of employees, who then deviate from safety rules and keep silent about work accidents.
Supervisory abuse, bullying, envy, and safety lapses are endemic in today’s organizations. In this symposium, authors discuss these topics and how they are fostered in “dark” organizational cultures and climates. Authors provide evidence of pervasive bullying in academic institutions and show that employees are often afraid to speak up about abuse because of a climate of fear. A third paper discusses how a culture of envy can lead to dysfunction. In the final paper, the authors demonstrate how a specific culture typology fosters moral disengagement of employees, who then deviate from safety rules and keep silent about work accidents.
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