The Influence of Organizational Justice on Intention to Leave: Examining the Mediating Role of Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction
Mohammad Hani Al-Kilani
Journal of Management and Strategy, 2017, vol. 8, issue 1, 18-27
The current study was conducted on the employees of a Jordanian governmental department that has 240 employees, using a questionnaire. The number of the returned questionnaires was 150, achieving response rate of 62.5%. The influences of organizational justice, organizational commitment and job satisfaction on employees¡¯ intention to leave their job were scrutinized and were supported. The mediating roles of organizational commitment and job satisfaction in the relationship between organizational justice and intention to leave were investigated and corroborated. As previous research supported the relations between the studied variables, the contribution of this study is the suggested and corroborated conceivable succession for the effects of the precursors of employees¡¯ intentions to leave their jobs, which demonstrate its significance. The implications and limitations of this study are presented.
Keywords: intention to leave; distributive justice; procedural justice; interactional justice; job satisfaction; organizational commitment; Jordan (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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