Work Design and Job Satisfaction: the moderating role of organizational justice

Show simple item record Montañez-Juan, María Isabel García-Buades, María Esther Sora-Miana, Beatriz Ortiz-Bonnín, Silvia Caballer-Hernández, Amparo 2020-02-12T07:46:56Z 2020-02-12T07:46:56Z
dc.description.abstract [eng] The economic crisis has entailed a general increase in job demands and reduction in compensating factors, modifying the fairness of the employment relationship. In this longitudinal study, we analyze the effects of the moderating role of organizational justice on the job characteristics - job satisfaction relationship. A total of 593 employees working for 42 Spanish companies answered the questionnaires at two points in time. Results showed that the job and the social characteristics, as well as distributive justice, in time 1 predict job satisfaction in time 2. Additionally, interactional justice moderated the relationship between job characteristics and job satisfaction. In conclusion, work design, as well as fair interactions at work, may increase job satisfaction.
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dc.relation.ispartof Revista Psicologia: Organizações e Trabalho, 2019, vol. 19, num. 4, p. 853-858
dc.rights , 2019
dc.subject.classification 159.9 - Psicologia
dc.subject.classification 331 - Treball. Relacions laborals. Ocupació. Organització del treball
dc.subject.other 159.9 - Psychology
dc.subject.other 331 - Labour. Employment. Work. Labour economics. Organization of labour
dc.title Work Design and Job Satisfaction: the moderating role of organizational justice
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article 2020-02-12T07:46:56Z
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