The impact of community violence and an organization's procedural justice climate on workplace aggression

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Title
The impact of community violence and an organization's procedural justice climate on workplace aggression
Journal
Academy of Management Journal
Author(s)
Dietz J., Robinson S. L., Folger R., Baron R. A., Schulz M.
ISSN
0001-4273
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2003
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
46
Number
3
Pages
317-326
Language
english
Notes
This study was reviewed in three practitioner journals: Anonymous (2003). Is your lobby ripe for violence? HR Focus, 80(9), 5-6. Anonymous (2003). Guidelines suggest fresh ways to curb workplace violence. Security Director's Report, June 2003, 2-3. Anonymous (2003). Fresh environmental ideas that will keep your employees safe. Security Director's Report, May 2003, 7-8.
Abstract
This study contrasts community violence and an organization's procedural justice climate (or lack thereof) as explanations for employee-instigated workplace aggression in the geographically dispersed plants of a nationwide organization. The findings showed that violent crime rates in the community where a plant resided predicted workplace aggression in that plant, whereas the plant's procedural justice climate did not.
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