IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 12, December 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Gianna Mijares and Toni Didona
This research study aimed to explore the frequency of organizational citizenship behaviors in the workplace. OCBs vary from culture to culture. Employed adults living in Mexico, Dominican Republic and United States of America were surveyed in order to compare organizational citizenship behavior between cultures. The study used a convenient sample that included 103 employed adults. The survey was conducted anonymously through the Internet and participants were asked to answer a researcher-developed questionnaire about how often an organizational citizenship behavior was performed by themselves or others, such as coworkers. This study expected to demonstrate significant differences in organizational citizenship behaviors across cultures. However, the results indicated that there was no significant difference across cultures in OCBs.