The mediating effects of social exchange relationships in predicting workplace outcomes from multifoci organizational justice

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  • Cropanzano R
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This study tests a social exchange model of multifoci justice. We compared perceptions of justice emanating from the supervisor to those emanating from the organization as a whole. In presenting our model, we hypothesize that the link between multifoci justice and multifoci outcomes (e.g. performance and OCB) is mediated by the formation of multifoci social exchange relationships. We further expected organizationally focused justice and relationships to predict organizationally relevant outcomes and supervisory focused justice and relationships to predict both supervisory and organizationally relevant outcomes. Findings generally supported our expectations, but more so for interactional justice and less so for procedural justice. © 2002 Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved.

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  • Deborah E. Rupp

  • Russell Cropanzano

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