This study used structural equations modeling to examine the mediating role of procedural justice in the relationships between promotion decisions and organizational commitment and between promotion decisions and intent to leave the organization. 156 managers and executives in Italian subsidiaries of two large multinational organizations in the chemical industry were surveyed about their career history within the organization and their reactions to promotion decisions over an 8-year period. The results showed that promotion decisions influenced feelings of organizational commitment through perceptions of procedural justice in promotion decision-making processes. The theoretical and practical implications of the study¿s findings are discussed.

Bagdadli, S., Roberson, Q., & Paoletti, F. (2006). The mediating role of procedural justice in responses to promotion decisions. JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY, 21(1), 83-102 [10.1007/s10869-005-9017-y].

The mediating role of procedural justice in responses to promotion decisions

PAOLETTI, FRANCESCO GIOVANNI
2006

Abstract

This study used structural equations modeling to examine the mediating role of procedural justice in the relationships between promotion decisions and organizational commitment and between promotion decisions and intent to leave the organization. 156 managers and executives in Italian subsidiaries of two large multinational organizations in the chemical industry were surveyed about their career history within the organization and their reactions to promotion decisions over an 8-year period. The results showed that promotion decisions influenced feelings of organizational commitment through perceptions of procedural justice in promotion decision-making processes. The theoretical and practical implications of the study¿s findings are discussed.
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procedural justice; promotion decisions; careers
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Bagdadli, S., Roberson, Q., & Paoletti, F. (2006). The mediating role of procedural justice in responses to promotion decisions. JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY, 21(1), 83-102 [10.1007/s10869-005-9017-y].
Bagdadli, S; Roberson, Q; Paoletti, F
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