Perceptions of organizational politics: Prediction, stress-related implications, and outcomes

Academic Article

Abstract

  • The perceptions of organizational politics model proposed by Ferris, Russ, and Fandt (1989) was tested in this study, and reasonably strong support was found for most of the linkages in the model, including the moderating effects of control and understanding, and the mediating effects of politics between predictors and outcomes. Furthermore, politics was characterized as a potential source of stress in the work environment, contributing to our understanding of the dynamics of politics in organizations. The results of the present study are discussed in light of the implications and directions for future research.
  • Authors

    Published In

  • Human Relations  Journal
  • Author List

  • Ferris GR; Frink DD; Galang MC; Zhou J; Kacmar KM; Howard JL
  • Start Page

  • 233
  • End Page

  • 265
  • Volume

  • 49
  • Issue

  • 2