The Influences of Justice and Trust on the Organizational Citizenship Behavior of Generation X and Generation Y

Amphaphorn Leelamanothum, Khahan Na-Nan, Sungworn Ngudgratoke

Abstract


This study aimed to study the influences of justice and trust on the organizational citizenship behavior. The questionnaire respondents were the workers at Rajamangala University of Technology. Data analysis was done through structural equation modeling to test the purpose model and compare between the groups via multiple groups analysis approach. It was found that justice and trust have a positive statistical significant influence on organizational citizenship behavior. Moreover, justice has a positive statistical significant influence on trust. Generation X and Generation Y differently perceive the influences of justice and trust on organizational citizenship behavior. Generation X paid attention to the influence of justice on the organizational citizenship behavior while generation Y paid attention to the influence of trust on justice, the chief will implement justice in the organization for both generations to build trust in the chief and the organization. This would lead to future achievements in the organization. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v14n5p60

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