The role of corporate social responsibility on Employees organizational commitment; with a mediating affect of organizational justice: A case of Gondar City, Bank sector, Ethiopia

oumer Muhammed

Abstract


Abstract

The idea of social responsibility of business is based upon the concept that business is something more than a purely economic institution. This study investigates the role of corporate social responsibility on employee’s organizational commitment with the mediating role of organizational justice. The study population was Bank sectors employees operating at Gondar city. The data was collected with the help of structured questionnaire from 153 employees, the study were used proportional stratified sampling and simple random sampling method as sample design. The instrument to measure employee’s perceptions towards CSR actions of corporation was adopted from Turker (2006). It incorporates four dimensions of CSR including such as economical, legal, ethical and discretionary responsibility. Organizational justice was measured by a scale developed by Niehoff and Moorman (1993) it consists three dimensions: distributive justice; procedural justice; and interactional justice Moreover Meye, Allen and Smith (1993) revised Organizational Commitment Scales were used to measure the dependant variable organizational commitment. The multiple Regression and hierarchical regression were used to analyze the data. The major findings of the study were, corporate social responsibility factors significantly predict organizational commitments and organizational justice. Also organization justice has a partial mediating affect between corporate social responsibility and organizational commitment


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ISSN : 2251-1547