Jó katonák vagy jó szervezetek? : a szervezeti polgár viselkedés empirikus vizsgálata magyar munkavállalók körében = Good soldiers or good organizations? : organizational citizenship behavior among Hungarian employees

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Zsolt Péter Szabó Andrea Czibor Péter Restás Karina Szászvári Viktória Ágoston Nóra Zsuzsanna Héger Katalin Krasz

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The present studies examined the evaluation of supervisors, perceived organizational culture, perceived organizational corruption, and perceived organizational justice as predictors of organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs). Almost 1500 Hungarian working adults took part in the present studies. The results showed that the evaluation of supervisors, perceived organizational culture, perceived organizational corruption, and perceived organizational justice are all significant predictors of extra-role behaviors. The mediation analyses also showed that the relationship between these predictors and OCBs is mediated by job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and organizational identification. It seems to be true that good organizations “produce” good soldiers.
The study’s implication for theory and research were discussed, its limitations were identified.

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