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An Empirical Study on the Influence Mechanism of Work Alienation on Positive and Negative Work Behavior in Chinese Enterprises

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0001952

Author(s)

Li Huang, Ting Pan and Weizheng Chen

Corresponding Author

Weizheng Chen

Abstract

Abstract: Work Alienation is becoming an increasingly common phenomenon in enterprises, and it is also a hot spot in western academic circles. However, compared with western countries, there are relatively few research on work Alienation in China's theoretical circles, especially the empirical research on the influence of work Alienation on employees' work behavior in China. Therefore, this study uses quantitative empirical methods to explore the influence mechanism of employees' work Alienation on employees' positive and negative work behaviors in China. After collecting questionnaires, the results of statistical analysis show that work Alienation significantly negatively affects organizational citizenship behavior and positively affects employee deviation behavior. Therefore, this study provides specific management suggestions on how to control work Alienation, promote employees' positive behavior and reduce their deviant behavior.

Keywords

Keywords: Work Alienation; Organizational Citizenship Behavior; Employee Deviation Behavior; Employees.