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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Emotional Competencies towards Counterproductive Work Behaviour in Banking Sector

Piar Chand, Pawan Kumar Chand

Abstract: This research study was designed to understand the cause and effect relationship between Counterproductive Work Behaviour (CWB) and Emotions among junior managers (scale -1 officer) of Indian public sector banks. Total 300 junior managers (scale -1 officers) were chosen through purposive sampling technique from various Indian Public Sector Banks. Data was collected by questionnaire method and analyzed with structure equation modeling and Karl Pearson correlation. Result of research study reveals sabotage a dimension of CWB was positively and significantly correlated with emotions. Withdrawal and theft, another dimension of CWB were found positive and significantly correlated with negative emotions among scale-1 officers of Indian Public Sector Banks. No significant relation was found between production deviance and emotions.

Keywords: Counterproductive Work Behaviour, Emotions, Indian Public Sector Banks



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