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Does procedural justice make employees thrive? The mediating role of organizational identification and moderating role of psychological empowerment
Tan, A. J. M.; Lin, Xiaowan; Loi, R.; Zhang, L. L
2019-06
Conference NameThe 11th Asia Academy of Management Conference
Source PublicationThe 11th Asia Academy of Management Conference
Conference Date2019-06
Conference PlaceBali, Indonesia
Abstract

This study examines thriving at work as an outcome of procedural justice. Building on the group engagement model of procedural justice and the socially embedded model of thriving, we hypothesize that procedural justice shapes employees’ organizational identification, which in turn leads to thriving. We further predict that psychological empowerment strengthens this indirect relationship. We conducted a three-phase online survey with a sample of 407 Chinese working adults. Our findings support our hypotheses and imply that organizations should provide procedural justice and empower employees to make them thrive at work.

Language英語English
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CollectionDEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
AffiliationUniversity of Macau
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Tan, A. J. M.,Lin, Xiaowan,Loi, R.,et al. Does procedural justice make employees thrive? The mediating role of organizational identification and moderating role of psychological empowerment[C],2019.
APA Tan, A. J. M.,Lin, Xiaowan,Loi, R.,&Zhang, L. L.(2019).Does procedural justice make employees thrive? The mediating role of organizational identification and moderating role of psychological empowerment.The 11th Asia Academy of Management Conference.
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