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Why does interactional justice promote organizational loyalty, job performance, and prevent mental impairment? The role of social support and social stressors.
J Psychol. 2015 Jan-Apr; 149(1-2):193-218.JP

Abstract

Using social exchange theory as a conceptual framework, we investigated the relationship between interactional justice and the outcomes organizational loyalty (affective commitment, turnover intentions), perceived job performance (self-rated performance, personal accomplishment), and mental impairment (cognitive irritation, emotional exhaustion) in an online survey of 218 employees working in the field of computer technology. Specifically, we predicted that interactional justice would heighten the quality of social exchange relationships and therefore expected perceived social support (POS) and bullying to mediate the proposed relationships. We tested our hypotheses applying a latent structural equation model. Our findings revealed that POS mediated the relationship between interactional justice and organizational loyalty, whereas bullying mediated the relationship between interactional justice and mental impairment. Practical implications are discussed concerning how to foster interactional justice and POS and how to weaken bullying behavior.

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a University of Leipzig.No affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

25511205

Citation

Otto, Kathleen, and Nihal Mamatoglu. "Why Does Interactional Justice Promote Organizational Loyalty, Job Performance, and Prevent Mental Impairment? the Role of Social Support and Social Stressors." The Journal of Psychology, vol. 149, no. 1-2, 2015, pp. 193-218.
Otto K, Mamatoglu N. Why does interactional justice promote organizational loyalty, job performance, and prevent mental impairment? The role of social support and social stressors. J Psychol. 2015;149(1-2):193-218.
Otto, K., & Mamatoglu, N. (2015). Why does interactional justice promote organizational loyalty, job performance, and prevent mental impairment? The role of social support and social stressors. The Journal of Psychology, 149(1-2), 193-218. https://doi.org/10.1080/00223980.2013.866535
Otto K, Mamatoglu N. Why Does Interactional Justice Promote Organizational Loyalty, Job Performance, and Prevent Mental Impairment? the Role of Social Support and Social Stressors. J Psychol. 2015 Jan-Apr;149(1-2):193-218. PubMed PMID: 25511205.
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