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Publication: Australian Staff Behaving Badly - Predicting and Preventing Counterproductive Work Behaviours

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Australian Staff Behaving Badly - Predicting and Preventing Counterproductive Work Behaviours

SACS Consulting has recently undertaken a major study into whether it is possible to predict bad behaviours in employees and have found that by using a combination of personality and values assessments, these could be predicted with 45% accuracy.

SACS found that the rates of these counter-productive work behaviours (as they are often called in research) are worryingly high, with in excess of 50% of employees admitting to ignoring or snubbing employees they did not like.

Similar frequencies were found for other behaviours such as stealing from work.

Many employers have experienced counter-productive work behaviours and know how damaging they can be to employees and to the organisation.

Download the research below to discover:

  • The prevalence of counterproductive workplace behaviours (CWBs)
  • The impact of this bad behaviour on workplaces
  • How to predict the likelihood of CWBs in potential hires

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