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The Influence Of Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, And Fairness Perceptions On Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
S. P. Schappe
Published 1998 · Medicine, Psychology
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Previous research has indicated that job satisfaction, perceptions of procedural justice, and organizational commitment are all significant correlates of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). Those variables were studied collectively to determine their relative effects on OCB. Hierarchical regression analyses indicated that when all three of the variables were considered concurrently, only organizational commitment accounted for a unique amount of variance in OCB.
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