The Impact of Organizational Justice on the Ethical Leadership under the Moderating Influence of Perceived Support: A Conceptual Study

Authors

  • Hussam Al Halbusi University of Malaya, Faculty of Business and Accountancy
  • Shehnaz Tehseen Sunway University Business School, Sunway University
  • T. Ramayah School of Management, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Minden 11800 Penang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51200/mjbe.v0i0.1073

Keywords:

organizational justice, organizational fairness, ethical leadership, perceived support, perceived organizational support, perceived supervisor suppor

Abstract

While a number of the researchers have conducted several studies on ethical leadership, however, not much is known about the role of organizational fairness in relationship to the ethical leadership behavior. This paper presented the proposed model in order to find out the perception of justice towards ethical leadership by using the two moderators namely perceived organizational support and perceived supervisor support. Thus, the proposition was made with respect to the impact of organizational justice on ethical leadership. It is also proposed that the perceived support such as organizational support and supervisor support could moderate the relationship between organizational justice and ethical leadership. The proposed model has been developed after reviewing the relevant existing studies and two underpinning theories namely social exchange theory and organizational support theory have been used to support the proposed model as well.

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Published

2017-12-30

How to Cite

Al Halbusi, H., Tehseen, S., & Ramayah, T. (2017). The Impact of Organizational Justice on the Ethical Leadership under the Moderating Influence of Perceived Support: A Conceptual Study. Malaysian Journal of Business and Economics (MJBE), 4(1). https://doi.org/10.51200/mjbe.v0i0.1073
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