This article examines the relationship among participation in decision‐making, employee’s perceptions of procedural justice and employee citizenship behavior. An employee’s perceptions of procedural justice is proposed to mediate the relationship between participation in decisionmaking and employee citizenship behavior. Data from 266 employees from 12 Kuwait business organizations indicate that: (1) participation in decision‐making is positively related to procedural justice perceptions, and (2) procedural justice perceptions mediate the relationship between participation in decision‐making and one of two organizational citizenship behavior dimensions.
Muhammad, A.H. (2004), "Procedural justice as mediator between participation in decision‐making and organization citizenship behavior", International Journal of Commerce and Management, Vol. 14 No. 3/4, pp. 58-68. https://doi.org/10.1108/10569210480000184
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