Paradigms
A Research Journal of Commerce, Economics, and Social Sciences
Online ISSN: 2410-0854
Print ISSN: 1996-2800
 
     
 

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ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOR AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS RELATION: MEDIATION BY DEHUMANIZATION AND MODERATION BY GENDER
Author(s) :
ISHFAQ AHMED (Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab, Lahore)
MUHAMMAD KHALID KHAN (Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab, Lahore)
Abstract
The core aim of this study is to find the effects of organizational justice on employees’ counter productive work behavior and turnover intentions considering the explanatory and moderating roles of dehumanization and gender. Using 143 (response rate 56%) responses collected from two phases of investigation from manufacturing firms located in Lahore, the findings of the study revealed that organizational justice negatively predicts feelings of dehumanization, while dehumanization has significant relation with both counterproductive behavior and employee’ turnover intentions. Gender was found to moderate the relation, while the model proved to be a moderated mediation model. Findings further revealed that moderated mediation proved for female respondents more strongly than male respondents. Limitations and future directions of the study are also given. 
Keywords: Dehumanization, Counterproductive Behavior, Turnover Intentions, Procedural Justice, Gender, Moderated Mediation
 
 

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