This empirical study is perhaps the first study which examined the relationships between employees' perceptions of organizational politics and their job attitudes and behaviors in a relatively unexplored Nepali context. The findings of this study revealed that there are significant relationships between employees' political perceptions and their certain job attitudes and job behaviors. This study also found moderating effects of job attitudes on the relationships between political perceptions and employees' job related behaviors. The findings are consistent with the findings of previous emprical studies which were mostly carried out in western culutral context. These findings suggest that irrespective of cultural and organizational contexts employees react in the same way when they perceive that their work environment is politically charged. These findings have practical implications for practicing managers and research implications for the researchers interested in organizational politics.