Author: Zainab Javed
Supervisor: Ms. Shahnila Tariq
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
This research aimed to investigate the relationship between perceived organizational justice (POJ), perceived organizational support (POS), and employee engagement in rescue 1122 employees. Correlational research design was used to carry out the research. It was hypothesized that perceived organizational support was likely to mediate the engagement in Rescue 1122 employees. A sample of (N = 75) operational rescue workers was selected with an age range of 20-40, using purposive random sampling. Organizational Justice Perception Questionnaire (Niehoff & Moorman, 1993), Survey of Perceived Organizational Support (Eisenberger, Huntington, Hutchinson, & Sowa, 1986) and Employee Engagement Scale (Saks, 2006) was used to measure Perceived Organizational Justice (POJ) Perceived Organizational Support (POS), and Employee Engagement, respectively. Correlation analysis, path analysis using AMOS, independent samples t-test, and ANOVA were carried out to analyze the data. Results revealed that there was a significant relationship between organizational justice (POJ), perceived organizational support (POS), and employee engagement. Moreover, perceived organizational support partially mediated the relationship between perceived organizational justice and employee engagement in rescue 1122 employees.
Keywords: Organizational Justice, Organizational Support, Employee Engagement.
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