Understanding why individuals act the way they do is one of the major goals of the study of organizational/work behaviour. What exactly are we talking about when we say “behaviours”? Job efficiency, corporate citizenship habits, absenteeism, and attrition are all concerned with work behaviour.
Work behaviour can also be defined as a person’s intent or way of communication with other people at the workplace. For example, confidence is a nonverbal behaviour that is often mirrored in workplace verbal contact. It reflects your mentality toward your coworkers and teammates. An individual’s constructive and productive work behaviour contributes to a higher team or individual success, morale, and great outputs. This is the most critical area for Human Resource professionals to work on from an organizational perspective.