The moderating effect of teamwork perceptions on the organizational politics--job satisfaction relationship

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2001-06
Authors
Valle, Matthew
Witt, L. A.
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The Journal of social psychology. 2001 Jun; 141(3): 379-88.

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By using regression analyses on data from 355 full-time employees of a customer-service organization in the eastern United States, the authors tested the hypothesis that perceptions of organizational politics are more strongly related to job dissatisfaction among individuals who perceive low levels of teamwork importance than among those who perceive high levels of teamwork importance. Hierarchical moderated regression analysis of the data revealed that the moderating effect of teamwork importance was most relevant at average-to-high levels of perceived politics. That finding supports the assertion that one way to address the negative impact of organizational politics is to try to ensure that employees value teamwork.

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