Effects of Perceived Procedural Justice and Exchange Ideology on Employees' Affective Commitment: Evidence from Saudi Arabia

Mona Naguib Moussa

Abstract


This paper examined how perceived procedural justice and exchange ideology affect employees’ commitment inSaudi private sector companies. A self-administered questionnaire was distributed to a random sample of 104Saudi employees. Descriptive statistics, reliability analysis and regression analysis, were used to analyze thedata. The results revealed that perception of organizational procedural justice influenced employees’commitment towards their organizations. Employees with high exchange ideology perceiving procedural justiceas unfair who fear the loss of such fairness would consider staying with the company to be risky and would intendto leave were not affectively committed toward their organizations, while those perceiving procedural justice withlow exchange ideology had a moderate or no relation with affective commitment.

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