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Scholarly Journal of Business Administration, Vol. 8(2) pp.18-24 September, 2019
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ISSN 2276-7126 © 2019 Scholarly-Journals


Corporate culture and deviant behaviour of oil and gas firms in Rivers State

Abagus, O.A.1* and Onuoha, B.C.2

1,2Management Department University of Port Hartcourt Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Abstract :

The study investigated the relationship between corporate culture and deviant behaviour of oil and gas firms’ workers in Port Harcourt. The study adopted survey design. The population of the study as well as the sample was 210 administrative staff of oil and gas in Rivers State, Nigeria. Pearson Product Moment Correlation and Partial Correlation were the statistical tools used in testing the five hypotheses. The findings revealed that there exist relationship between corporate culture and deviant behaviour of oil and gas firms’ workers and that with efficient and effective organisational structure, corporate culture will positively aid the deviant behaviour of oil and gas firms’ workers in Port Harcourt. It was, therefore, recommended that management should help put in place efficient and effective organisational structure so as to improve performance of oil and gas firms’ workers. .

 

Key words: Deviant behaviour, Corporate Culture, Organizational Structure, Interpersonal deviance, organisational deviance

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