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Rebecca J. Bennett, Stefan Thau & Jay Scouten

In: Managing Organizational Deviance

Chapter 12: “I Deserve More Because My Name is on the Door”: Entitlement, Embeddedness, and Employee Deviance in the Family Business

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“I Deserve More Because My Name is on the Door”: Entitlement, Embeddedness, and Employee Deviance in the Family Business
“I deserve more because my name is on the door”: Entitlement, embeddedness, and employee deviance in the family business
Rebecca J.BennettStefanThauJayScouten

The image is nearly a cliché. The boss's son, no older than my favorite sneakers, squeals into the parking lot in a little red sports car with the name of the business on the license plate. The thumping bass stops just before the front door opens, and the 8 gallons of cologne on the kid hit me and make my eyes water. He issues a perfunctory greeting and reaches past me to do what he does every time he's herehit the “no sale” button, open the cash ...

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