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Workplace deviant behavior causes not only physical and mental harm to employees but also great losses to the enterprise where they are employed. Drawing on social cognitive theory, in this study we explored the mechanism of family-supportive supervisor behavior on employees’ workplace deviant behavior. Analysis of data from 312 participants showed that family-supportive supervisor behavior negatively influenced employees’ workplace deviant behavior, and that moral disengagement played a mediating role in the relationship between these two variables. Our findings not only enrich the literature on family-supportive supervisor behavior but also provide a reference for organizations to identify, prevent, and control employees’ workplace deviant behavior.