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The interactive effects of justice perceptions and Islamic work ethic in predicting citizenship behaviors and work engagement

Tahir Farid (), Sadaf Iqbal (), I. M. Jawahar (), Jianhong Ma () and Muhammad Khalil Khan ()
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Tahir Farid: Zhejiang University
Sadaf Iqbal: Zhejiang University
I. M. Jawahar: Illinois State University
Jianhong Ma: Zhejiang University
Muhammad Khalil Khan: Zhejiang University

Asian Business & Management, 2019, vol. 18, issue 1, 31-50

Abstract: Abstract Drawing on social exchange theory, we investigated the influence of justice perceptions on organizational citizenship behavior and work engagement. In addition, we examined the moderating role of Islamic work ethic (IWE) in strengthening the relationship between justice perceptions and citizenship behavior and work engagement. Using a two-wave time-lagged design and data collected from 354 nurses, we used moderated hierarchical regression to test hypotheses. As hypothesized, justice perceptions predicted organizational citizenship behavior and work engagement. IWE strengthened the relationship between justice perceptions and citizenship behavior, and moderated the relationship between interactional justice and work engagement. We discuss implications for theory, research, and practice.

Keywords: Organizational justice; Distributive justice; Procedural justice; Interactional justice; Organizational citizenship behavior; Work engagement; Islamic work ethic (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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