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Sajjad Hosain 1
  • 1 Sichuan University, 24, Section 1, Yuhenia Road, Chengdu, Sichuan 610065, Peoples’ Republic of China

Unethical pro-organizational behavior: A review of existing literature

2021. Vol. 11. No. 1. P. 152–161 [issue contents]
Purpose. This review paper aims at systematically identifying the unethical pro-organizational behavior (UPB) based on published literature available. The paper has discussed the general issues suchas concept, motives, examples, influencing factors and consequences of UPB. Methodology. The authorhas made an extensive literature survey reviewing 53 papers collected from different databases such as Web of Science and Scopus published from 2010 to April, 2020. As per literature, there are a number of reasons for employees to be engaged in UPBs. However, although the motives behind such behavioral tendencies are multiple, the ultimate consequence of UPB is the severe damage of organizational reputation and trust of stakeholders. Findings. As per literature, there are a number of reasons for employees to be engaged in UPBs. However, although the motives behind such behavioral tendencies are multiple, the ultimate consequence of UPB is the severe damage of organizational reputation and trust of stakeholders. Implications for practice. This paper is expected to guide further theoretical and empirical investigations regarding this recent and wide-discussed phenomenon. Additionally, top executives canhave some clues regarding the underlying factors influencing such behavior and take essential measures to de-motivate such intentions. Value of the results. Unethical pro-organizational behavior is a widely discussed issue at present at the behavioral academicians and policy makers are trying to discourage such behavioral actions at any cost. However, there is still a lack of proper and adequate research regarding this. The author is confident that this review paper based on 53 existing papers can be a baseline for novel investigations in terms of theory and practice.

Citation: Hosain S. (2021) Neetichnoe pro-organizatsionnoe povedenie: obzor sushchestvuyushchey literatury [Unethical pro-organizational behavior: A review of existing literature]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), vol. 11, no 1, pp. 152-161
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