Examining organizational justice, emotional exhaustion and workplace bullying as antecedents of organizational commitment: A developing country’s perspective

Authors

  • Shahzad Khurram
  • Anjeela Khurram
  • Saad Hassan
  • Seerat Fatima Faculty of Management, Bahaudin Zakriya University, Multan Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34260/jaebs.416

Keywords:

Organizational commitment, Workplace bullying, Emotional labor, Emotional exhaustion

Abstract

This study examines the effects of Emotional Exhaustion, Emotional Labor and Workplace Bullying on Organizational Commitment and moderating role of Organizational Justice on these relationships. For this quantitative study of cross-sectional nature, data have been collected from sample of the sales representatives and service employees working in cellular companies of Pakistan. Of 700 questionnaires that were distributed, 335 completely filled questionnaires were returned. Data have been analyzed using SPSS 20 & PROCESS and results suggest a positive relation between Organizational Commitment and Emotional Labor, while Emotional Exhaustion and Workplace Bullying are found negatively correlated to Organizational Commitment. Moreover, Organizational Justice shows moderating effect on Emotional Exhaustion- Organizational Commitment relationship only.

Author Biographies

Shahzad Khurram

Faculty of Management, Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Anjeela Khurram

Research Scholar, RITM, University of Paris Sud, Paris, France

Saad Hassan

Faculty of Management, Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Article

Published

2020-03-30

How to Cite

Khurram, S. ., Khurram, A. ., Hassan, S. ., & Fatima, S. (2020). Examining organizational justice, emotional exhaustion and workplace bullying as antecedents of organizational commitment: A developing country’s perspective. Journal of Applied Economics and Business Studies, 4(1), 123-142. https://doi.org/10.34260/jaebs.416

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