عنوان مقاله [English]
This research was conducted with the aim of studying the role of negative and positive affect in relation between injustices with employees’ destructive behaviors. Research method was correlational, and sampling method was simple random sampling. Statistical population was the employees of an industrial and productive company (250 Persons) in autumn 1388 in Shahrekord city. Among 230 distributed questionnares, 16 valid questionnaires were returned. Research instruments were: injustice questionnaire (in three sections of distributive, procedural and interactional justice with 13 items) positive and negative affect scale (PANAS with 18 items) and employees’ destructive behavior's, questionnaire (with two subscales namely quitting and neglect, and aggressive protest with 8 items). Data from questionnaires were analyzed using Pearson's correlation coefficient and hierarchical regression analysis. Evidences from hierarchical regression analysis showed that: 1. positive affect modifies the relationship between interactional injustices with the quiting as the first component of destructive behaviors. Also positive affect modifies the relationship between interactional injustice with neglect and aggressive voice. Evidences from simple slope analysis showed that in high positive affect, with increasing the interactional injustice, the quiting and neglect and aggressive protest also increased. But negative affect also has been modified the relationships between procedural and interactional injustice with quiting and the relationships between distributive and interactional injustice with neglect and aggressive protest. That is, the above mentioned relationships were positive and significant in low negative affect.