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Title: Perceived supervisor’s subclinical psychopathy, and subordinate’s organizational commitment, job satisfaction and satisfaction with executive
Authors: Sanecka, Elżbieta
Keywords: organizational psychopath; corporate psychopath; subclinical psychopathy; personality trait; organizational commitment; job satisfaction
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Journal of Education Culture and Society, No. 2 (2013), s. 172-191
Abstract: This study was designed to investigate the correlations between supervisor`s perceived subclinical psychopathy and subordinate`s organizational commitment, overall job satisfaction and particularly satisfaction with his/her supervisor. The results, based on a sample of 153 employees, showed that subordinates working with leaders, who can be de ned as organizational (or industrial, corporate) psychopaths, tended to adopt more negative work attitudes. Supervisor`s perceived subclinical psychopathy had a negative impact on subordinates’ job satisfaction, satisfaction with supervisor and their organizational commitment. The paper discusses the results and limitations of the study, and offers suggestions for future research.
DOI: 10.15503/jecs20132-172-191
ISSN: 2081-1640
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