TRUST AS A MEDIATOR OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFORMATIONAL JUSTICE AND AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISE

Abstract

Author(s): Oktay YANIK* Ali GRSOY

This study examined trust perception as a mediator variable of the relationship between informational justice and affective commitment. The data were gathered from full-time employees who are working in a mediumsizedenterprise which operating in electronic sector in Istanbul, and used to test a model that exhibiting the relationship between informational justice and affective commitment which mediated by trust in organization and trust in leader. In terms of medium-sized company, informational justice was related to trust in leader but not related to trust in organization. As a result of these findings, contrary to expectations, it was found that the relationship between informational justice and affective commitment was not mediated by trust in organization. On the other hand, in accordance with expectations, trust in leader fully mediated the relationship between informational justice and affective commitment. Consequently, the results indicated that relative to the hypothesized two-mediator model, a one-mediator model better fitted the data

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