Perceived Organisational Support As Mediator Of Distributive Justice And Job Satisfaction: The Moderating Role Of Group Commitment

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Marc Ohana


Distributive Justice, Job Satisfaction, Perceived Organizational Support, Organizational Commitment


We argue that distributive justice may influence employees' job satisfaction through social exchange. Based on social exchange and organizational justice theories, we develop a moderated-mediation model of the psychological processes linking distributive justice and job satisfaction and test it on a sample of 101 employees working in 27 small non-profit organizations. Results of hierarchical regressions analyses provide support for the model. We found that distributive justice was positively related to job satisfaction and also that perceived organisational support mediates this relationship. We further found that group commitment moderated the relationship between perceived organisational support and job satisfaction and that this interaction effect, in turn, mediates the distributive justice – job satisfaction relationship.


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