Abstract – AOCRJ-V4I3P3

The Relationship between Political Skills, Employee
Popularity and Mistreatment at Work Place: A Case from Pakistan

Ali Asad
National College of Business Administration & Economics, Lahore, Pakistan

Abstract:
Mistreatment is very common and often demoralizing existence in the workplace. The aim of this study is toexamining the relationship between political skills, employee popularity and mistreatment. The research studies have not considered employees’ interpersonal style as preliminary of the mistreatment. The current study addressed these needs by examining employee popularity, political skill and mistreatment: interpersonal conflict, incivility and ostracism. Results interpret the negative relationship among the political skills, employee popularity and three dimensions of mistreatment in light of theory of social influence. Furthermore, this study ends with some directions for future researchers.

Key Words: Employee Popularity, Political Skill and Mistreatment: interpersonal conflict, incivility and ostracism

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