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. 2013; 69(1): 61-82


Employee Happiness and Compliance with Supervisor Requests: The Effects of Supervisor Caring and Interactional Justice

Qin Zhang & Donald Gibson.


Abstract

This study was designed to examine the moderating effects of perceived interactional justice in supervisor requests in the relationship between perceived supervisor caring and employee happiness, as well as the mediating role of employee happiness in the relationship of supervisor caring and interactional justice with employee compliance with the requests. Hierarchical multiple regression analyses indicated that perceived interactional justice moderated and reinforced the association between perceived supervisor caring and employee happiness. Results also showed that employee happiness mediated the effects of supervisor caring and interactional justice on employee compliance with the requests.

Key words: Happiness; Compliance; Caring; Interactional Justice






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