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Impact of Organizational Politics on Employees’ Behavioral Outcomes: The Role of Social Astuteness

Employers and employees are seriously suffering from perceived organizational politics exhibited in the workplace, and they are searching for remedial ways. The current study was carried out to measure the (i) effects of the employees’ perceived organizational politics on their behavioral outcomes, and (b) the remedial role of employees’ social astuteness in the relationship of their perceived organizational politics to behavioral outcomes (i.e., work engagement and turnover intention). Seven hundred and twenty-five employees working in Nepalese A graded banks were surveyed to collect the perceptual cross-sectional data. The data were quantitatively analyzed, adopting the deducting reasoning approach. Regression analysis revealed that (i) perceived organizational politics negatively impacted on work engagement and positively impacted on turnover intention, (ii) social astuteness moderated the relationship between perceived organizational politics and employees’ behavioral outcome. Moreover, perceived organizational politics’ detrimental impact was less severe for employees who possess high social astuteness as compared to those who have less social astuteness. The remedial effect of social astuteness was measured more useful for high organizational politics perceiver than for low perceiver. A number of theoretical and practical implications are suggested to improve the employees’ behavioral outcomes from the detrimental impact of perceived corporate politics.

1. Background

2. Literature Review and Hypotheses

3. Research Methods

4. Results

5. Discussion and Implication

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