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Volume :9 Issue : 2 2002      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Consequences of Top Management Support for Ethical Behavior: Evidence from Kuwaiti Managers

Auther : Ali H. Muhammed

The purpose of this study is to examine the consequences of top management support for ethical behavior. The model tested suggests that top management support for ethical behavior affects organizational commitments by influencing procedural justice, which in turn prompts employees to reciprocate with organizational commitment. Furthermore, the model suggests, based on the study of Viswevaran (1998), that top management support for ethical behavior affects job satisfaction. Results suggest that top management support for ethical behavior is an antecedent of a procedural justice, which in turn fully mediates its relationship to organizational commitment. Results also support the notion that top management support for ethical behavior is an antecedent of job satisfaction.

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