Research on layoff victims reports that interactional justice judgments influence important work‐related attitudes, such as organizational commitment. In this paper, we build on this emerging literature through an examination of the role that both interactional justice and organizational support have in explaining the organizational commitment of 147 layoff victims at a major manufacturing plant. The results of structural equation analyses supported our hypothesis that organizational support mediates the relationship between interactional justice and organizational commitment.
Naumann, S.E., Bennett, N., Bies, R.J. and Martin, C.L. (1998), "LAID OFF, BUT STILL LOYAL: THE INFLUENCE OF PERCEIVED JUSTICE AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT", International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp. 356-368. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb022815Download as .RIS
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