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Managing Workplace Misbehavior - Chapter Summary
Our experts developed these lessons as a discussion of the management of workplace misbehavior. Take a look at issues and expectations of employee behavior, and review examples of occupational law and crime. Let us help you understand topics taken up in these lessons, such as:
- Methods and applications of employee intervention
- Occupational law and crime
- Deviance, aggression and political behavior
- Interventions by management for misbehavior
This chapter contains short, engaging text and video lessons. Videos average 5-10 minutes in length and come with a video transcript. A timeline tool allows you to locate any specific video section quickly for replay. All lessons have a quiz available for self-assessment as you move through your study of this chapter's material.
1. Employee Behavior: Definition, Issues & Expectations
Employee behavior can either help or hurt an organization. In this lesson, we'll explore the definition of employee behavior, as well as employer expectations and some of the issues that arise in the workplace.
2. Employee Intervention: Methods and Application
At times, a manager must intervene with an employee to ensure that the employee stays on track and acts in the best interest of the company. There is more than one way to intervene, and we will address these methods in this lesson.
3. Occupational Crime & Law: Examples
This lesson discusses the concept of occupational crime and the circumstances under which it is most likely to occur. Several famous examples of occupational crime are also discussed.
4. Workplace Misbehavior: Deviance, Aggression & Political Behavior
Workplace misbehavior can be destructive to the business and a distraction for the workers. This lesson will discuss the various forms of misbehavior that can affect the workplace.
5. Management Interventions for Misbehavior
The lesson will address how companies respond to misbehavior that occurs in the workplace, and will discuss how managers can prevent and maintain misbehavior.
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