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What does procedural justice climate convey? The role of social identification and job security
Lin, Xiaowan1; Leung, Kwok2
2012
Conference NameAcademy of Management Annual Meeting
Source PublicationAcademy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings
Conference Date2012, August
Conference PlaceBoston, America
Abstract

We propose and test a theoretical framework to explore why and how procedural justice climate influences individual behaviors beyond individual justice perception. We consider two types of symbolic information conveyed by procedural justice climate: the status of the justice recipient, which influences the identification of employees with their work unit; and the moral attributes of the justice actor, which are associated with organizational identification and perceived job security. We also argue that the two forms of identification and perceived job security play different roles in mediating the influence of procedural justice climate on various work outcomes.

Keyword2012aom Boston 2012 Aom Annual Meeting Proceedings Justice Climate
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2012.10161abstract
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Language英语
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Document TypeConference paper
CollectionFaculty of Business Administration
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
Affiliation1.University of Macau
2.City University Hong Kong
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Lin, Xiaowan,Leung, Kwok. What does procedural justice climate convey? The role of social identification and job security[C],2012.
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