Organizational Cynicism and Employee Performance: Evidence From A Sri Lankan Audit Sector
Novembro 30, 2019  //  DOI: 10.35912/amor.v1i2.409
Jayasekara Panchali, S. M. Seneviratne

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Abstract

Purpose: This study examined the relationship between organizational cynicism and employee performance at diverse hierarchical levels in big four audit firms in Sri Lanka.
Research methodology: By adopting quantitative research methodology, questionnaires were used as a primary data collection method from audit trainees, audit supervisors, and audit managers in big 4 audit firms in Sri Lanka. This was conducted by deploying a convenient sampling technique, and regression models are used by applying SPSS.
Results: The study found a significant negative relationship between organizational cynicism and employee performance at audit firms and that each dimension of organizational cynicism.
Limitations: Organizational cynicism was analyzed based on employee perception, although there are other influencing factors for organizational cynicism.
Contribution: This study's findings are expected to support audit supervisors in avoiding the discovered negative effect instead by lessening the degree of psychological contract violation and organizational politics.
Keywords: Organizational cynicism, Employee performance, Audit firms, Affective cynicism, Cognitive cynicism, Behavioral cynicism

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