Abusive Supervision, Counterproductive Work Place Behaviors and Job Performance Among Employees of Uganda National Water and Sewage Corporation-Kampala
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This study was designed to examine the relationship between abusive supervision, counterproductive workplace behavior and Job Performance among employees at National Water and Sewage Corporation Kampala. The study intended to achieve the following objectives; to find out whether abusive supervision and counterproductive work place behavior are inter-related, to establish the relationship between abusive supervision and Job Performance and lastly to examine the relationship between abusive supervision and Job Performance. A correlation research design was adopted and data was collected from a sample of 66 employees. The researcher used Pearson product moment correlation coefficient (r) to test hypotheses 1, 2 and 3. The findings of the study revealed that abusive supervision and counterproductive workplace behavior are inter-related. A negative significant relationship was also revealed between abusive supervision and Job Performance. Basing on the findings, the researcher concluded that there is a great need to further investigate the area of abusive supervision to find out ways to Improve on employee supervision.