Antecedents of Perception of Organizational Politics: An Investigation in Vietnam
This study aimed to examine the relationships between formalization, centralization, and job ambiguity with three constructs of perception of organizational politics: general political behavior, go along to get ahead, and pay and promotion policies. The results of the investigation of 420 Vietnamese employees revealed that formalization, centralization, and job ambiguity positively relate to general political behavior. We also found that formalization and centralization are negatively associated with go along to get ahead and that formalization and job ambiguity affected pay and promotion policies. The discussion and limitations are provided.