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    Interpersonal and deviant behaviors in the workplace

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    I was reading the article above (Personnel Psychology) and some questions which I hope you can offer or point me to the right direction.

    1) What interpersonal and deviant behaviors in the workplace as indicated in this article?

    2) What factors a manager (knowledge of personality disorders) in a leadership position must consider related to diverse interpersonal and organizational deviant behaviors in order have the workforce perceive the company as being supportive of the employees.

    Reference:

    Sicking out like a sore thumb: Employee dissimilarity and deviance at work. Hui Liao, Aparna Joshi, Aichia Chuang. Personnel Psychology. Durham: Winter 2004. Vol.57, Iss. 4; pg. 969, 32 pgs

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    Solution Summary

    This solution discusses the interpersonal and deviant behaviors in the workplace as indicated in this article: "Sticking out like a sore thumb: Employee dissimilarity and deviance at work" (Liao, Joshi & Chuang, 2004). It also discusses the factors a manager (knowledge of personality disorders) in a leadership position must consider related to diverse interpersonal and organizational deviant behaviors in order have the workforce perceive the company as being supportive of the employees.

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