Relationship Between Abusive Supervision and Performance: The Role of Gender

Budhi Haryanto, Edi Cahyono
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXII, Issue 3, 305-311, 2019
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.22.03.021

Abstract:

Purpose: The study is to explain the relation between abusive supervision and employee’s performance. Methodology/Approach: The study presents a systematic review of journals indexed in Scopus, dedicated to abusive supervision, gender and performance. Findings: In this study, gender is conceptualized as a variable that can influence the pattern of relationship between abusive supervision and employee’s performance in short and long term. Practical Implications: Abusive supervision is potential to give positive impact on the employee’s performance when it is applied on the masculine gender in short term. However, in long term, high level abusive supervision can lead to lower performance with employees masculine gender. Originality/Value: The results of the study is expected to provide a new insight in the relation between abusive supervision and employee’s performance.


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