This study investigates the effects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on Counterproductive Work Behaviour (CWB). The hypotheses of the research were tested and interpreted by regression analysis of data obtained from 117 people working in marine companies operating in Kocaeli. The results of the research support that there is a significant and negative relationship between the perceived CSR and the two dimensions of CWB including inabuse toward others and withdrawal. On the other hand, the study found no statistically significant relationship between the CSR perception of employees and the other dimensions of CWB including production deviance, sabotage and theft.
Keywords: Corporate social responsibility, Counterproductive, Work behaviour
The Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility on Counterproductive Work Behaviour