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Paper Title :
Organizational Justice as a Work Resource and the Mediating Effect of Work Engagement: Focusing on Career Developmental Stages

Author :Yumi Nishioka, Takashi Nishimura

Article Citation :Yumi Nishioka ,Takashi Nishimura , (2023 ) " Organizational Justice as a Work Resource and the Mediating Effect of Work Engagement: Focusing on Career Developmental Stages " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 122-126, Volume-9,Issue-4

Abstract : This study attempts to elucidate the mechanism of the relationship between organizational justice, work engagement, and job satisfaction as perceived by full-time employees in Japan using three-wave data with work engagement as a mediating variable. In the overall model, distributive and interactional justice showed a significant positive relationship with work engagement, and work engagement showed a significant positive relationship with job satisfaction. In addition, work engagement partially mediates the relationship between distributive and interactional justice and job satisfaction. However, these relationships differed according to the career development stage. We divided the sample into two stages for the additional analysis: the establishment and maintenance stages, and a multiple-group structural equation modeling analysis was performed. In the maintenance stage, almost the same tendency as that in the overall model was confirmed. However, in the establishment stage, none of the three sub concepts of organizational justice affected work engagement, and work engagement did not have a mediating effect. Keywords - Organizational Justice, Work Engagement, Job Satisfaction, Career Development Stages

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-9,Issue-4


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