Determinants of Employees’ Cyberloafing Behaviour: A Systematic Literature Review

Authors

  • Kanwal Shahzadi PhD Scholar, Air University School of Management, Air University, Islamabad Pakistan
  • Dr. Shahzad Khurram Professor, Air University School of Management, Air University, Islamabad Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47205/jdss.2022(3-III)16

Keywords:

Cyber Production Deviance and Personal Web Usage (PWU), Cyberbludging, Cyberloafing, Cyberslacking, Non-Work-Related Computing (NWRC)

Abstract

The behaviour of "cyberloafing" at the office, which involves the use of digital technology, has received a lot of attention from both academic and mainstream media. The present study aims to clarify systematic literature review (SLR) as it pertains to cyberloafing at work. A systematic literature includes evaluation of 88 SSCI research articles ranging from 1998 to 2021 to determine the variables driving cyberloafing. Given the rising body of research on Internet-related employees' opportunism, this review presents a comprehensive look at the research on the topic by using seven keywords. The findings of the in-depth literature review indicate that the elements that influence employees' cyberloafing behaviour can be grouped into one of three categories: individual, organization, and work-related considerations. Our discussion ends with some theoretical and practical ramifications.

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Published

30-09-2022

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How to Cite

Shahzadi, K., & Khurram, S. (2022). Determinants of Employees’ Cyberloafing Behaviour: A Systematic Literature Review. Journal of Development and Social Sciences, 3(3), 150–161. https://doi.org/10.47205/jdss.2022(3-III)16