Preliminary Exploring the Influence of Person-Organization Fit on Counterproductive Work Behavior

Zhen LIU, Meixin XU


Counterproductive work behavior, an importance work performance, exists widely in organization and hurts the organization seriously. The past research about counterproductive work behavior often based on the model that the behavior is influence by the perception, whereas this paper centers on the influence of person-organization fit on counterproductive work behavior based on the principle that behavior can be influenced by the value. The research frame which includes organizational commitment as a mediating variable and locus of control as a moderating variable is constructed by paper study and may throw light on the further research in future.

Key words: Counterproductive work behavior; Person-organization fit; Influence


Counterproductive work behavior; Person-organization fit; Influence

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