THE EFFECTS OF THE PERCEIVED CORPORATE REPUTATION ON COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR
Counterproductive work behaviour (CWB) is a concept that is gaining importance as it is costly to
organizations and detrimental to employee’s quality of work life. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the effects of perceived corporate reputation (PCR) on CWB. Data drawn from 90 employees of companies in Marmara Region of Turkey was used to test the relationship. Regression analyses indicate that PCR has negative effects on three dimensions of CWB including abuse, production deviance and withdrawal. However, results did not show any significant relationship between PCR, sabotage and theft dimensions of CWB.