Title: The effects of perceived organisational justice and ethical climate on job satisfaction, turnover intention and job performance
Authors: Özgür Kökalan; Ümit Şevik
Addresses: The Faculty of Business and Management Sciences, İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim University, İstanbul, Turkey ' Institute of Social Sciences, Sakarya University, Turkey
Abstract: This study aims to determine the moderator role of the organisational justice and the ethical climate perceived by employees on job satisfaction, intention on ceasing the employment, and performance levels. In the light of this aim, questionnaires were used by using the convenience sampling method with 347 employees in İstanbul and Afyonkarahisar. The performance levels of 347 employees were evaluated by their administrators. The results of the questionnaires and the performance evaluation were analysed and interpreted by using descriptive analyses and regression analyses. According to the results obtained in the analyses, the perceived organisational justice was high when the job satisfaction, and performance levels were high when the perceived ethical climate was high; however, there were no significant relations between the turnover intention. It was determined that the perceived ethical climate had a moderator effect only in the relation between the perceived organisational justice, job satisfaction and performance.
Keywords: perceived ethical climate; job satisfaction; turnover intention; job performance; perceived organisational justice.
Middle East Journal of Management, 2019 Vol.6 No.4, pp.436 - 450
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