The Benefits of Justice for Temporary Workers Journal Article uri icon

Overview

abstract

  • This study tested a multidimensional model of organizational justice in the context of contingent employment. Based on previous conceptual and empirical research, the authors generated the following predictions. First, they predicted that the data would be consistent with a four-factor model of organizational justice, including distributive, procedural, interpersonal, and informational justice. Second, distributive justice was expected to predict outcome satisfaction. Third, procedural justice was expected to predict commitment to the temporary organization, though the authors anticipated that this relationship would be mediated by perceived organizational support. Finally, informational and interpersonal justice were thought to predict commitment to one's staffing agent, but this effect was expected to be mediated by trust. These predictions were tested on a sample of 162 employees of a temporary staffing agency. Findings generally supported the predictions, though there were also some unexpected results.

publication date

  • April 1, 2007

Date in CU Experts

  • June 12, 2014 10:34 AM

Full Author List

  • Camerman J; Cropanzano R; Vandenberghe C

author count

  • 3

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International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 1059-6011

Electronic International Standard Serial Number (EISSN)

  • 1552-3993

Additional Document Info

start page

  • 176

end page

  • 207

volume

  • 32

issue

  • 2