Fairness Means More to Some Than Others Interactional Fairness, Job Embeddedness, and Discretionary Work Behaviors
Management and International Business
We examined when job embeddedness might serve as a boundary condition between interactional fairness and employee behavior. Specifically, we explored whether elements of affective attachment associated with job embeddedness moderated relations of supervisors’ interactional fairness with citizenship behavior and production deviance. Results from a field and a scenario study supported the idea that interactional fairness exerts a stronger effect on these outcomes for employees embedded in their jobs than for their less attached coworkers. We found this result even after controlling for turnover intent. Practical implications and directions for future research are discussed.
Journal of Management
Collins, B. J.,
Mossholder, K. W.
(2014). Fairness Means More to Some Than Others Interactional Fairness, Job Embeddedness, and Discretionary Work Behaviors. Journal of Management.
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