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JCBPR. 2020; 9(3): 221-226

Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Counterproductive Work Behaviors Among Teachers of Kathmandu


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Emotional intelligence (EI) is set of skills for knowing and managing emotions in self and others. Counterproductive work behaviors (CWB) are those behaviors employees display intentionally but are against organizational goals. This research aimed to determine if EI and CWB were significantly correlated among teachers of Kathmandu. Convenient sample of 1020 teachers was used. Assessing emotions scale (AES) and briefer version of counterproductive work behavior checklist (CWB-C 10) were used to measure EI and CWB. Data were organized in MS Excel 2016 and imported to IBM SPSS Statistics 25 to analyze. The results showed that EI and CWB are significantly correlated, r (1017) = -.234, p < .05. Four factors of EI also showed negative correlation with CWB. It means teachers with more emotional intelligence conduct less workplace deviant behaviors.

Key words: social skills, emotions, workplace theft, utilization of emotions, workplace deviant behaviors

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