Managerial Integrity: Are Black Employees More Sensitive to Behavioral Breaches?

Muir, Clive
November 2007
Academy of Management Perspectives;Nov2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p77
Academic Journal
The article reviews the research article "Racial Difference in Sensitivity to Behavioral Integrity: Attitudinal Consequences, In-group effects, and 'trickle down' among Black and non-Black employees," by T. Simons, R. Friedman, L. Liu, and J. McLean Parks published in the "Journal of Applied Psychology" #92 issue. The authors found that black employees were more sensitive to the behavioral integrity of managers than any other group in the workplace. The author also defines behavioral integrity.


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