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What is Coworker Envy

Role of Human Resources for Inclusive Leadership, Workplace Diversity, and Equity in Organizations
Coworker's envy from the perspective of a targeted victim is the feeling of being resented or judged negatively by a colleague because of qualities or achievements that evoke jealousy or inadequacy.
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Inclusive Leadership and Innovative Work Behaviour: Empirical Evidence From the Indian Hospitality Industry
Diksha Dhar (Assam University, Silchar, India), Sachitaa Srivastava (Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, India), and Lata Bajpai Singh (Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-6602-5.ch002
This research attempts to inspect the effects of inclusive leadership on employees and their sense of psychological safety and innovative work behaviours. It examines whether coworker envy and organizational cynicism acts as an intervening measure in the link between inclusive leadership and psychological safety. It also endeavours to look into the role of coworker envy and organizational cynicism as a mediating factor in the association between inclusive leadership and innovative work behaviour. For the present research, information was gathered from 279 people employed in the hotel industry. SmartPLS 3 software was used to analyse the data using the PLS-SEM (partial least square-structural equation modelling) method. The findings indicate a significant positive relationship amongst inclusive leadership, psychological safety, and innovative work behaviour. In addition, a partial intervening effect of coworker envy and organizational cynicism was also observed.
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