employee theft, job satisfaction, recognition programs
A fact that is seldom appreciated when dealing with employee theft is that most antisocial behavior at work is closely associated with employee attitudes. Research has frequently found that job dissatisfaction and feelings of unfairness are correlated with undesirable behaviors, such as tardiness, turnover, theft, and wasting time on the job.
Original Publication Citation
D.J. Cherrington, "Reducing Theft -- Meaningful Recognition", The Hayes Report on Loss Prevention Volume 23, Issue 1, Pages 2, Hayes International, Fruitland Park, Florida, 1, 28.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Cherrington, David J., "Reducing Theft through Meaningful Recognition" (2008). Faculty Publications. 916.
Marriott School of Management
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