CWB

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AcronymDefinition
CWBCanadian Wheat Board
CWBCenter for Wooden Boats (Seattle, WA)
CWBCanadian Western Bank (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
CWBCounterproductive Work Behavior (industrial psychology)
CWBClear Write Back
CWBCenter Wing Box
CWBCentral Weather Bureau
CWBCanadian Welding Bureau
CWBCauseway Bay (Hong Kong)
CWBCenter for Well Being (various organizations)
CWBCorpus Workbench
CWBCommonwealth Bank (Australia)
CWBCertified Wildlife Biologist
CWBCrazy White Boy
CWBCuritiba, Parana, Brazil - Afonso Pena (Airport Code)
CWBChristian Wedding Band (rings)
CWBChild Welfare Board
CWBCoen Wolters Band
CWBComponent Workbench
CWBCommonwealth Building (Arlington, VA)
CWBContract Work Breakdown
CWBCadbury Wind Band (UK)
CWBCreative Work Brief (advertising)
CWBCapillary Water Barrier
References in periodicals archive ?
Moss, The Impact of Personality and Team Context on the Relationship Between Workplace Injustice and Counterproductive Work Behavior, 37 J.
The importance of discretionary behaviors (counterproductive work behavior and organizational citizenship behavior) has increased so high.
Skarlicki, "Beyond Counterproductive Work Behavior: Moral Emotions and Deontic Retaliation versus Recondliation," in Suzy Fox and Paul E.
In a sense, accidents can be seen as the visible "tip of the iceberg" and are often indicative of a more general pattern of counterproductive work behavior.
An experimental study on the psychological mechanism of the effect of workplace ostracism on counterproductive work behavior [In Chinese].
Perceptions of equitable exchanges between the organization and the employee have also been linked to enhanced organizational citizenship behavior and reduced counterproductive work behavior (Piercy, 2006).
Employee personality as a moderator of the relationship between work stressor and counterproductive work behavior. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15(1), 91-103.
Previous scholars have explored the relationship between overqualification and negative outcomes such as lateness, sabotage, absenteeism, turnover intention, and counterproductive work behavior (Liu et al., 2015; Luksyte, Spitzmueller, & Maynard, 2011; Maynard et al., 2006).
"Counterproductive Work Behavior as Protest." Human Resource Management Review 20: 18-25.
Customer injustice and employees' counterproductive work behavior: The mediating role of emotional exhaustion and moderating role of identification [In Chinese].
In the organizational behavior and human resources management field, immoral behavior typically displayed by employees is counterproductive work behavior (CWB).