Does high quality leader-member exchange accentuate the effects of organizational justice?
Abbreviated Journal Title
Eur. J. Work Organ. Psychol.
leadership; leader-member exchange; organizational justice; procedural; justice; trust; PROCEDURAL JUSTICE; SOCIAL-EXCHANGE; UNCERTAINTY MANAGEMENT; CITIZENSHIP; BEHAVIOR; INTERACTIONAL JUSTICE; INTEGRATING JUSTICE; FAIR PROCEDURES; MODERATING ROLE; WORK; TRUST; Psychology, Applied; Management
The current study examined interactions between leader-member exchange (LMX) and two dimensions of organizational justiceprocedural and interpersonal. Results from a study of full-time employees (n = 283) in a diverse set of job types provide support for the notion that a high quality leader-member relationship (i.e., LMX) enhances the strength of the relationships between procedural and interpersonal justice and a variety of outcomes. Specifically, procedural and interpersonal justice perceptions were significantly associated with an employee's felt obligation to the organization, but only when that employee reported high quality relationships with their supervisors. Results of this study extend research that attempts to integrate the organizational justice and leadership literatures.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
"Does high quality leader-member exchange accentuate the effects of organizational justice?" (2008). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 842.