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Independent and mediating organizational commitment effects of trust in leadership on employees' job satisfaction and : a study within social and health care sector

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dc.contributor Helsingin yliopisto, valtiotieteellinen tiedekunta, Sosiaalitieteiden laitos, sosiaalipsykologia fi
dc.contributor.author Aalto, Maria fi
dc.date.accessioned 2011-12-14T13:01:18Z
dc.date.available 2011-12-14T13:01:18Z
dc.date.issued 2011-12-14
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10138/28584
dc.description Vain tiivistelmä. Opinnäytteiden sidotut arkistokappaleet ovat luettavissa HY:n keskustakampuksen valtiotieteiden kirjastossa (Unioninkatu 35). Opinnäytteitä lainataan ainoastaan mikrokortteina kirjaston kaukopalvelun välityksellä. fi
dc.description Abstract only. The paper copy of the whole thesis is available for reading room use at the Library of Social Sciences (Unioninkatu 35) . Microfiche copies of these theses are available for interlibrary loans. en
dc.description Endast avhandlingens sammandrag. Pappersexemplaret av hela avhandlingen finns för läsesalsbruk i Statsvetenskapliga biblioteket (Unionsgatan 35). Dessa avhandlingar fjärrutlånas endast som microfiche. sv
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this study was to examine whether trust in supervisor and trust in senior management enhance employees' job satisfaction and organizational commitment, and whether trust mediates the relationship between perceived justice and these outcomes. Trust in supervisor was expected to mediate the effects of distributive justice and interactional justice, and trust in senior management was expected to mediate the effects of procedural justice. Theoretical background of the study is based on the framework for trust in leadership developed by Dirks and Ferrin (2002). According to the framework, perceived fairness of leaders' actions helps employees to draw inferences about the basis of the relationship and about leaders' characters. This allows trust formation. Reciprocation of care and concern in the relationship and confidence in leaders' characters are likely to enhance employees' job satisfaction and organizational commitment. This study was conducted with cross-sectional data (A/ = 960) of employees from social and health care sector. Hypotheses were studied using correlation analysis and several hierarchical regression analyses. Significances of the mediations were assessed using the Sobel test. Results partially supported the hypotheses. Trust in leadership was positively related to job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Trust in senior management mediated the relationship between procedural justice and the outcomes. Some support was also found for the mediating effect of trust in supervisor in the relationship between distributive justice and organizational commitment. Due to high correlation between trust in supervisor anil interactional justice, it wasn't possible to study the mediating e fleet of trust in supervisor in the relationship between interactional justice and the outcomes. Against expectations, results indicated that trust in senior management had a mediating effect in the relationship between distributive justice and organizational commitment, and in the relationship between interactional justice and organizational commitment. Results also indicated that trust in supervisor had a mediating effect in the relationship between procedural justice and organizational commitment. fi
dc.language.iso en fi
dc.subject luottamus
dc.subject työtyytyväisyys
dc.subject sitoutuminen
dc.subject oikeudenmukaisuus
dc.subject esimiehet
dc.title Independent and mediating organizational commitment effects of trust in leadership on employees' job satisfaction and : a study within social and health care sector fi
dc.type Thesis fi
dc.type.ontasot Pro gradu -työ fi
dc.type.dcmitype text fi
dc.subject.discipline Sosiaalipsykologia fi

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