An Examination Of Employee Reactions To Perceived Corporate Citizenship

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fairness affect their likelihood to demonstrate organizational citizenship behaviours. In this case, perceived unfairness and ineffectiveness of the performance management system can result in counterproductive and sometimes detrimental behaviour from employees.

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Organizational Citizenship Behavior, And Work Engagement (Sulu Et Al., 2010; Tummer, 2011). In Addition, Work Alienation Cognitively Separates An Employee From Work And The Workplace And Manifests Itself In The Form Of Decreased Job Involvement And A Lack Of Organizational Identification (Armstrong-Stassen, 2006).

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sharing to enhance employee attitudes A Longitudinal Examination of the Effects on Trust and Commitment. Human Resource Management, Vol 41 (4) 423-439. Coyle-Shapiro, J. (2002) A psychological contract perspective on organizational citizenship behavior, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol 23, 927-946.

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Examination of microlevel topics such as employees reactions, attitudes, and behaviors are important, as they play important role in determining the effectiveness of CSR

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Jones, D., Newman, A., Shao, R., Cooke, F. L. (2018). Advances in employee-focused micro-level research on corporate social responsibility: Situating new contributions within the current state of the literature. (Invited editorial introduction to the Special Thematic Symposium on Corporate Social Responsibility and Employees).Journal of

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Feb 12, 2008 Organizational citizenship behavior/performance is described as non-obligatory, voluntary behavior by an employee, which exceeds the employee s normal work duties and is not associated with any type of organizational reward system (Organ, 1990). Research has shown

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Furthermore, perceived corporate citizen-ship had a positive impact on the extent to which participants defined CSR as a personal work role responsibility. The authors also discuss the practical implications of these results for job applicant attraction and employee socialization. Keywords corporate citizenship, corporate social responsibility

Perceived Organizational Support as a Mediator of the

2.4 Perceived Organizational Support as a Mediator In different studies in literature, perceived organizational support is treated as a mediator variable. Moorman and Niehoff (1998) found that perceived organizational support mediated the relationship between procedural justice and organizational citizenship behavior.

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CSR Communication A SME-oriented Approach

other hand, the concept of corporate communication and related concepts seem to influence the discourse of SME managers. Many of the key issues which dominate the corporate communication profession (reputation management, corporate identity, relationship management, etc.) are indeed perceived as relevant to managers in SMEs.

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ual employee attitudes, such as satisfaction and commitment, and individual behaviors, such as absenteeism and citizenship behavior (Colquitt et al., 2001). In addition, research has demonstrated associations between perceived justice and individual work per-formance (Cohen-Charash & Spector, 2001; Colquitt et al., 2001).

Why Managers Should Care About Fairness: The Effects of

treatment has important effects on individual employee attitudes, such as satisfaction and commitment, and individual behaviors, such as absenteeism and citizenship behavior (Colquitt et al., 2001). In addition, research has demonstrated associations between perceived justice and individual work performance (Cohen-Charash & Spector,

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various employee reactions to organisational stimuli. An interpretation form this theory concerns the relationship between ap.employee and his or her employing organisation. According to Blau (1964), the social exchange theory maintains a position that workers trade efforts and loyalty to

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The Cone/Roper 2004 Corporate Citizenship Study conducted by strategic marketing firm, Cone Inc., found that 80% of the 1,000 USA adults surveyed indicated that corporate support of causes wins

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examining the reciprocated obligations among employee, manager and that respective corporate sector. Thus, the agreement is basically an informal, also not in written form and continuously emerges as the mutual perceived agreement with the corporate sector in relation to their working staff.