RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB INSECURITY, WORKPLACE INCIVILITY AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIORS AMONG EMPLOYEES: ROLE OF WORK FAMILY CONFLICT
The present study examined the relationship of job insecurity, counterproductive work behaviors and workplace incivility and the role of work family conflict among purposefully selected 170 employees of private and public colleges from different cities of Pakistan. Job Insecurity Scale (Ashford, Lee & Bobko, 1989), Counterproductive Work Behaviors (Spector, Fox, Penny, Bruersema & Kesseler, 2006), Workplace Incivility (Martine & Hine, 2005), and Work Family Conflict (Haslam, Filus, Morawska, Sanders & Fletcher, 2014) were used to measure constructs of study. Zero order correlation revealed significant positive relationship between workplace incivility and counterproductive work behavior. Moreover, work family conflict was found to be the significant moderator in relationship of job insecurity and counterproductive work behaviors as well as in relationship of workplace incivility and counterproductive work behaviors. t-test analysis revealed that male employees scored significantly high on job insecurity and counterproductive work behaviors however with respect to work family conflict it was non-significant. Study found that private sector employees had high job insecurity as compared to public sector employees. Limitation of study along with suggestion, for researcher interested further in the topic, have also been thoroughly discussed.