A case study: the relationship between workplace bullying and job performance among the support staff at Lembaga Koko Kota Samarahan, Sarawak/ Jelly Beli

Beli, Jelly (2016) A case study: the relationship between workplace bullying and job performance among the support staff at Lembaga Koko Kota Samarahan, Sarawak/ Jelly Beli. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

Abstract

Workplace bullying is a common abuse that occurs either in government or private sector. It has become a norm and therefore, seldom been taken seriously unless it involves physical contact. There are many factors that have been proposed to contribute to workplace bullying. However, the most outstanding ones are individual behavior, role in the organization and leadership style. The aim for this study is to identify the factors of workplace bullying which are (leadership, individual behavior and role in organization) among support staff at Lembaga Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. The correlation of analyses this study to determine the relationship between workplace bullying which are (leadership, individual behavior and role in organization) and job performance among support staff at Lembaga Koko Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. Next, the actual test was conducted at Lembaga Koko Kota Samarahan, Sarawak with 68 respondents answer the questionnaires that was given, the researcher was used convenience sampling technique to get the data from respondents. Moreover, the researcher was finds that the individual behavior the most factors that influence to bully at Lembaga Koko Kota Samarahan, Sarawak (n=68) (M=371, SD=.771) (r=.305**, p=<0.01). This result was measure by descriptive statistics and the correlation was determined by using the Pearson correlation.
Lastly, based on the result, the researcher was finds that all factors of workplace bullying were significant to contribute workplace bullying. Therefore, this study filled the research objective based on the result that was finds it.

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