An Examination of the Dysfunctional Consequences of Organizational Injustice and Escapist Coping
Zellars, Kelly L.
Bratton, Virginia K.
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This field study examined the role of procedural justice on escapist coping at work, affective outcomes, and intentions to quit. Results indicated that even after controlling for problem-solving coping, escapist coping mediated the effects of procedural justice on job satisfaction. Further, lower job satisfaction and higher strain mediated the effects of escapist coping on intentions to turnover. Managerial implications and suggestions for future research are offered.
Zellars, Kelly L., Liu, Yongmei, Bratton, Virginia K., Brymer, Robert, & Perrewé, Pamela, (2004). An Examination of the Dysfunctional Consequences of Organizational Injustice and Escapist Coping. Journal of Managerial Issues, 16(4), 528-544. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40604467