Organisational justice, organisational identification and job involvement: the mediating role of psychological need satisfaction and the moderating role of person-organisation fit

Published on Apr 29, 2020in International Journal of Human Resource Management
· DOI :10.1080/09585192.2020.1757737
Neeru Malhotra14
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(University of Essex),
Sunil Sahadev16
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(University of Salford),
Nur Qamarina Sharom1
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Drawing on self-determination theory, this study seeks to account for the influence of perceived organisational justice on employees’ identification with the organisation and job. In particular, th...
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