Bringing home to work: Intimate partner violence, perceived organizational support, and outcomes

Laramie R. Tolentino, Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, Kristin D. Scott, Patrick Raymund James M. Garcia, Robert L. Tang

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Abstract

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is recognized as a pervasive social problem. Considerable research has highlighted the psychological and physiological consequences of IPV, yet we know little about how it impacts organizational life. We draw on ecological and spillover theories to explicate the link between IPV and work attitudes and behaviors. Further, drawing on organizational support theory, we posit and empirically test the proposition that perceived organizational support (POS) buffers the negative effects of intimate partner violence on work outcomes. Data collected from 229 working women revealed that IPV was negatively associated with self-reported job satisfaction, supervisor-rated in-role performance, supervisor-rated organizational citizenship behaviors, and supervisor-rated organizational deviance. In addition, POS was found to buffer the effects of intimate partner violence on these work outcomes.

Original languageEnglish (US)
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011
Externally publishedYes
Event71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011 - San Antonio, TX, United States
Duration: Aug 12 2011Aug 16 2011

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Other71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011
CountryUnited States
CitySan Antonio, TX
Period8/12/118/16/11

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Job satisfaction
Violence
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Intimate partner violence
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Work outcomes
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Keywords

  • Intimate partner violence
  • Perceived organizational support
  • Work behaviors

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Management Information Systems
  • Management of Technology and Innovation
  • Industrial relations

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Tolentino, L. R., Restubog, S. L. D., Scott, K. D., Garcia, P. R. J. M., & Tang, R. L. (2011). Bringing home to work: Intimate partner violence, perceived organizational support, and outcomes. Paper presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011, San Antonio, TX, United States. https://doi.org/10.5464/AMBPP.2011.154.a

Bringing home to work : Intimate partner violence, perceived organizational support, and outcomes. / Tolentino, Laramie R.; Restubog, Simon Lloyd D.; Scott, Kristin D.; Garcia, Patrick Raymund James M.; Tang, Robert L.

2011. Paper presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011, San Antonio, TX, United States.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Tolentino, LR, Restubog, SLD, Scott, KD, Garcia, PRJM & Tang, RL 2011, 'Bringing home to work: Intimate partner violence, perceived organizational support, and outcomes', Paper presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011, San Antonio, TX, United States, 8/12/11 - 8/16/11. https://doi.org/10.5464/AMBPP.2011.154.a
Tolentino LR, Restubog SLD, Scott KD, Garcia PRJM, Tang RL. Bringing home to work: Intimate partner violence, perceived organizational support, and outcomes. 2011. Paper presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011, San Antonio, TX, United States. https://doi.org/10.5464/AMBPP.2011.154.a
Tolentino, Laramie R. ; Restubog, Simon Lloyd D. ; Scott, Kristin D. ; Garcia, Patrick Raymund James M. ; Tang, Robert L. / Bringing home to work : Intimate partner violence, perceived organizational support, and outcomes. Paper presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - West Meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, AOM 2011, San Antonio, TX, United States.
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