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Author Chun-Ming Huang
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Department Management Business Administration
Year 2014 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language Chinese&English Page Count 174
Title THE EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE ON DEVIANT BEHAVIOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR─THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH
Keyword
  • psychological contract breach
  • interactional justice
  • procedural justice
  • distributive justice
  • deviant behavior
  • organizational citizenship behavior
  • organizational citizenship behavior
  • deviant behavior
  • distributive justice
  • procedural justice
  • interactional justice
  • psychological contract breach
  • Abstract In recent years, the employment environment in Taiwan is more and more competitive. More and more students regardless of educational background attend public officer exam to get a job in government business. Both public company and private company attach importance to employees’ rights and interests, knowing that employees are the basic of an organization, and an organization’s growth and survival must rely on its employees. Consequently, employee behavior is very important issue in management. This study conducted a self-report survey with anonymous and convenient sampling, targeting the employees who work in Taiwan Power Company and Fubon Insurance Company. Total 370 questionnaires were collected, of which 32 questionnaires were excluded because of incomplete responding or consistent answering; there are 338 valid questionnaires in total. The effect responding rate is 91.35%.
    The empirical results showed that the effects of three kinds of justice to psychological contract breach are different. Especially the effect of interactional justice is not significant, which is inconsistent with former research studies. The results indicated that both distribution and procedural justice has significant effect on psychological contract breach. Employee’s perception of psychological contract breach has significant effect on organizational citizenship behavior, but not on deviant behavior. This study also found that the effects of distributive justice and procedural justice on organizational citizenship behavior can be mediated by psychological contract breach. Finally, for both public company and private company, the effect of distributive justice on employee behavior is stronger than procedural and interactional justice.
    Advisor Committee
  • Pi-Chuan Sun - advisor
  • Files indicate in-campus access at 5 years and off-campus not accessible
    Date of Defense 2015-06-17 Date of Submission 2015-07-28


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