Workplace Deviant Behaviours in Nigeria: A Case Study of Intels Nigeria Limited

Akikibofori Jacob Sunday


Deviant Behaviours are the measured form of human conducts which are capable of creating antisocial atmosphere in a group setting. It is against this background that this paper sets to evaluate the effects of such human attitudes on work productivity within the private corporate entities, especially in Intels Nigeria Limited. The model of study is by longitudinal observations within a two-year time lag. The support data are derived from secondary sources. The analysis shows that, lateness to work, work-skipping, and unauthorized sick leave are the topmost contributors of low human resources productivity capacity in Nigeria.

Keywords: Deviance, Productivity, Anti-social, Corporate Management.

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