EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED WORKLOAD AND COWORKER LOAFING ON JOB PERFORMANCE
Performance have positive or negative consequences for the organization and therefore
scholars are widely interested in investigating the individual and organizational factors that affect it. Accordingly, this paper aims to investigate the impact of perceived workload and coworker loafing on job performance. It is proposed that the perception of workload and coworker loafing will negatively influence job performance. The results showed that perceived coworker loafing is negatively associated with job performance. Surprisingly, the results provide no empirical evidence in support of the negative relationship between perceived workload and job performance.