Since the 1990s, increased attention has been paid to the description of “bad” workplace conduct, and this increased awareness has spawned several conceptual families mapping the “dark side” of organizational behavior (Griffin and Lopez, 2005; Griffin and O’Leary-Kelley, 2004). In one of the first broad conceptual treatments of the area, Vardi and Wiener (1996) offered the general phrase “misbehavior in organizations” for a newly acknowledged but ubiquitous element of organizations. This phrase encompassed employee theft, unconventional practices at work, counterproductive behavior in organizations, issues of management ethics, white-collar crime, whistle-blowing, professional deviant behavior, concealing pertinent information, substance abuse, sexual harassment at work, and vandalism (Vardi and Wiener, 1996: 152).