This chapter achieves a better understanding of organizational behavior (OB); it must study organizational misbehavior as well. Organizational misbehavior (OMB) is defined as acts in the workplace that are committed intentionally and constitute a violation of rules pertaining to such behaviors. The chapter is devoted to the ubiquity of OMB. First, it discusses the prevalence of misbehavior and then employs a historical perspective to search the literature for previously proposed typologies and definitions for employee misbehavior. Second, it addresses the question why the field of OB has overlooked OMB and has, in fact, evolved into a "skewed" discipline focusing on more normative aspects of work behavior. Last, it describes the emergence of the current interest in OMB from the early sociological research of white-collar crime, focusing on employee deviance, workplace aggression, and political organizational behavior as selected examples.