This chapter explores how the characteristics of the job and how membership in a specific workgroup may increase the intention to misbehave. It argues that lax controls may be construed by employees as an organization's weakness. The chapter focuses the group level of analysis by looking at the way certain group dynamics, such as the strengthening of internal cohesiveness and the group pressure to conform. To test the main hypothesis, it correlates OMB with job autonomy and found a positive correlation both in reporting on others and on the self. Therefore, the chapter considers that job autonomy is an antecedent of OMB because it is a structural feature of the job. In addition, a positive correlation was found between each individual dimension of autonomy. It founds a positive correlation between hierarchical level and reporting OMB of others. That is, managers who are responsible for other employees report on others' misconduct more than non-supervisory employees.