Hospitality employees’ spirituality and deviance in the workplace: Person–organization fit as a mediator

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Feng Hua Yang
Meng Li Huang
Cite this article:  Yang, F., & Huang, M. (2022). Hospitality employees’ spirituality and deviance in the workplace: Person–organization fit as a mediator. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 50(3), e10938.


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We explored the influence of hospitality employees’ workplace spirituality on person–organization (P–O) fit and workplace deviance, and P–O fit as a mediator of the link between workplace spirituality and workplace deviance. Data were collected from 275 employees across 20 tourist hotels in Taiwan. To avoid common method variance, participants completed the survey at two time points. They first responded to items related to workplace spirituality, then 4 weeks later, they responded to the workplace deviance and P–O fit measures. Results show that workplace spirituality negatively affected interpersonal and organizational workplace deviance, and P–O fit mediated the relationship between workplace spirituality and interpersonal deviance. However, the mediating effect of P–O fit in the link between workplace spirituality and organizational deviance was not significant. These results provide a reference for practice and researchers.

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