The Relationship between Perceived Organizational Justice, Supervisor Support, and Turnover Intention

Abdallah M. Elamin, Ahmed Zain Elabdin Ahmed, Diaeldin Osman, Akash Dania


While the relationship between organizational justice (OJ), perceived supervisor support (PSS), and turnover intention (TI) have received extensive attention in the Western cultural context, research on these attributes is lacking in the Arab Middle Eastern contexts. The purpose of this paper is to address this gap by exploring the nature, strength, and direction of the relationship between OJ, PSS, and TI using the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) as a sample. Results from the study indicate that employees exhibit moderately high levels of perceived OJ and PSS and moderately low levels of TI. Procedural justice (PJ) was significantly positively correlated, and PSS was significantly negatively correlated with TI. All dimensions of OJ were significantly positively correlated with PSS except distributive justice (DJ).

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