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Fairness Reduces the Negative Effects of Organizational Politics on Turnover Intentions, Citizenship Behavior and Job Performance

Fairness Reduces the Negative Effects of Organizational Politics on Turnover Intentions,... Responses from 150 employees revealed that procedural justice reduced the negative effects of perceptions of covert, self-serving political behaviors (e.g., going along with others), but not overt political behaviors (e.g., tearing others down to build up self) on turnover intentions. Both procedural and interactional justice moderated effects of covert, but not overt political behaviors, on OCB beneficial to the organization; however, the interaction between interactional justice and covert behaviors was in the opposite direction than hypothesized. Neither interactional nor procedural justice moderated the two forms of perceptions of politics on supervisory rated job performance or OCB beneficial to supervisors. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Business and Psychology Springer Journals

Fairness Reduces the Negative Effects of Organizational Politics on Turnover Intentions, Citizenship Behavior and Job Performance

Journal of Business and Psychology , Volume 20 (2) – Aug 31, 2005

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2005 by Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.
Subject
Psychology; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Community and Environmental Psychology; Personality and Social Psychology; Business and Management, general; Social Sciences, general
ISSN
0889-3268
eISSN
1573-353X
DOI
10.1007/s10869-005-8258-0
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Abstract

Responses from 150 employees revealed that procedural justice reduced the negative effects of perceptions of covert, self-serving political behaviors (e.g., going along with others), but not overt political behaviors (e.g., tearing others down to build up self) on turnover intentions. Both procedural and interactional justice moderated effects of covert, but not overt political behaviors, on OCB beneficial to the organization; however, the interaction between interactional justice and covert behaviors was in the opposite direction than hypothesized. Neither interactional nor procedural justice moderated the two forms of perceptions of politics on supervisory rated job performance or OCB beneficial to supervisors.

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Journal of Business and PsychologySpringer Journals

Published: Aug 31, 2005

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