Robin Martin has
extensively looked at the linkages between employees’ ideal and
actual manager profiles and the extent to which they predict employee
well-being over time.
In addition, he conducts research examining the
quality of the relationship between leaders and employees in terms of
how this relationship develops and how it affects employee well-being.
Over the years, Sam Aryee and Pawan Budhwar
have looked at different aspects of employer-employee relations with a
specific emphasis on leader-member exchange, organisational politics
and organisational outcomes.
Also, the research of Ann Davis examines the relationship between the individual and the organisation and Sam Aryee's
research examines the cultural context of mediating processes
linking leadership behaviour and employee work outcomes. Sam Aryee
has also examined abusive supervision as a form of counterproductive
leadership behaviour which triggers perceptions of injustice on the
part of subordinates resulting in reduced performance of citizenship
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