Paper Title
Personality in Relation to Counterproductive Work Behaviour: A Study on the Employees of Manufacturing Industry

The present study was aimed to investigate the relationship between counterproductive work behaviour (CWB) and personality (Big Five) within the context of manufacturing industry situated in Baddi, Himachal Pradesh. The sample comprised 300 employees of production department (150 male and 150 female respondents). The analysis revealed that for the total sample, conscientiousness (11%),neuroticism (6%), extraversion (2%) and openness to experience (2) have contributed 21% of variance in totality for Organizational-Counterproductive Work Behaviour and for Interpersonal- Counterproductive Work Behaviour, neuroticism (13%),conscientiousness (3%) and extraversion (2%) contributed for 18% variance in totality. A significant difference between males and females for agreeableness, neuroticism and organizational counterproductive work behaviour has been found. Keywords - Organizational-Counterproductive Work Behaviour, Interpersonal- Counterproductive Work Behaviour and Personality