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Roland E. Kidwell

In: Managing Organizational Deviance

Chapter 1: The Prevalence (and Ambiguity) of Deviant Behavior at Work: An Overview

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The Prevalence (and Ambiguity) of Deviant Behavior at Work: An Overview
The prevalence (and ambiguity) of deviant behavior at work: An overview
Roland E.Kidwell, Jr.Christopher LMartin

Jake LaFrentz, human resources (HR) manager at Fistra, a company of approximately 100 employees, sought to increase the level of employee involvement in the organization. To do so, LaFrentz and Fistra's president, Barbara Maggio, began a series of town hall meetings with the employees to answer their questions and concerns about company operations. The employees were told to come to the meetings with questions and to say what was on their minds.

Just 15 minutes into the very first meeting, an employee named Joe stood up and started berating the president and complaining that an employee had received a big raise not ...

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