Organisational culture, human resource practices and managed counterproductive work behavior in selected child-care giving NGOs of World Vision, Plan International, Child Fund International and ANPPCAN
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The study set out to examine the relationship between organizational culture, human resource practices and managed counterproductive work behavior in the selected care giving NGOs of World Vision, Plan International, Child Fund International, and ANPPCAN in Uganda. The study employed across sectional and correlation quantitative research design using a sample consisting of 206 respondents. Pearson correlation and regression analysis were used to determine the extent of the relationship between the variables of the study and the extent to which organisational culture and human resource practices predict managed counterproductwork behavior. The results show that there is a positive relationship between organizational culture, human resource practices (r. =.27, p=.01), (r=.16, p=.05) respectively and managed counterproductive work behaviour. However organizational culture is a better predictor of managed counterproductive work behaviour (B=.24, P=.00) than human resource practices. The study recommended that organizations should continue to a adopt and emphasize both the organizational culture and human resource practices to manage counterproductive behaviour.