Human Capital and Inappropriate Behavior: Review and Recommendations

Author: David D. Van Fleet

ABSTRACT
Human capital is vital to the successful operation of any organization, the quality of which is threatened by inappropriate organizational behavior. Reducing or eliminating such behavior is critical. Organizations must establish a positive atmosphere that guarantees the rights of all employees to a workplace free from all forms of inappropriate behavior. Morrison proposed eight “people-focused principles of management” that would enable managers to activate and fully utilize the human capital in their organizations. This preliminary study suggests that adopting those principles would benefit organizations.

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Journal: Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies
DOI: jhrss.2018.64042(PDF)
Paper Id: 88731 (metadata)

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