The Incivility among a Jordanian Employees Sample and its Relation to Job Stress and Well-Being
AbstractThe present study aims to assess how common incivility behavior is and which groups are most targeted by workplace incivility among the Jordanian employees. Additionally, the prediction of job stress and well-being through incivility behavior factors were investigated. The sample consisted of (644) employees. All of them completed the incivility behavior, job stress, and well-being scales. The results show that the prevalence of the incivility ranged between '0.12 to 0.56'. Regarding the effect of the demographic variables on the incivility behavior, the results of multivariate tests came in favor of males, experience less than 5 years, other institutions, postgraduate qualifications, and ages less than 30 years. As for the well-being variable, the results were for those older than 45 years, as well as for private institutions. Additionally, the differences in the job stress scale came in favor of who experience less than 5 years, other institutions, and for the ages under 30 years. Finally, results of hierarchical regression analysis found that the incivility behavior predicts of 0.893 of the job stress and - 0.151 of the well-being.
How to Cite
Aldahadha, B. (2020). The Incivility among a Jordanian Employees Sample and its Relation to Job Stress and Well-Being. Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences, 47(4). Retrieved from https://archives.ju.edu.jo/index.php/hum/article/view/104208