• ISSN: 2301-3567
    • Frequency: Quarterly (2013-2014); Monthly (Since 2015)
    • DOI: 10.18178/JOEBM
    • Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Eunjin Hwang
    • Executive Editor: Ms Jessica C. Xiao
    • Abstracting/ Indexing: DOAJ, Engineering & Technology Library,  Electronic Journals Library, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, MESLibrary, Google Scholar, Crossref, and ProQuest.
    • E-mail: joebm@ejournal.net
JOEBM 2016 Vol.4(4): 309-312 ISSN: 2301-3567
DOI: 10.18178/joebm.2016.4.4.409

Learning and Training as Moderator of Psychological Risk in Workplace Bullying

Uzma Mukhtar
Abstract— This paper discusses the understanding of the workplace bullying concept in context of Asian countries and aims to find out relationship of workplace bullying with psychological risk and role of learning and training as moderator for psychological risk reduction caused by workplace bullying. Two hypotheses were formulated based on literature review. In order to test the hypotheses Data were collected from about 250 respondents of government institute based on simple random sampling. Presumption of data collection was based on Altman, B.A. study in which he emphasized and conclude that prior learning about workplace bullying in some shape is necessary [1]. To meet this presumption we filtered the employees by observing their understanding of the workplace bullying. As a result 250 responses were collected. In order to analyze data linear regression was conducted. Results show that workplace bullying is significantly related to psychological risk. In addition, learning and training may act as moderator to moderate the psychological risk due to workplace bullying.

Index Terms— Workplace bullying, learning, training, harrasment.

Uzma Mukhtar is with the University of Balochistan, Pakistan (e-mail:mukhtaruzma@gmail.com).

[PDF]

Cite: Uzma Mukhtar, " Learning and Training as Moderator of Psychological Risk in Workplace Bullying," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 309-312, 2016.

Copyright © 2008-2015. Journal of Economics, Business and Management. All rights reserved.
E-mail: joebm@ejournal.net