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Organizational Justice as the Antecedent of Career Satisfaction: Building a Conceptual Model from an Integrative Literature Review

경력만족의 선행변인으로서의 조직공정성: 통합적 문헌연구를 통한 개념적 모델 도출

  • 오정록 (우송대학교 글로벌서비스경영학부)
  • Received : 2014.08.14
  • Accepted : 2014.11.04
  • Published : 2014.11.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to explore organizational justice (distributive, procedural, and interactional justice) as the antecedent of and career satisfaction by conducting an integrative literature review. In addition, this study aimed to identify organizational support for career development (i.e., organizational sponsorship) as the potential mediating variable between organizational justice and career satisfaction. Based on an integrative literature review of previous research, this study proposed the conceptual model on the relationship between organizational justice and career satisfaction along with organizational support for career development. According to the conceptual model, organizational justice can add to the pool of important antecedents of career satisfaction, and organizational support for career development could mediate the relationship between organizational justice and career satisfaction. This study contributed to the human resource development (HRD) field through investigating the relationship between organizational justice and career satisfaction in a career development context in the workplace. Further, this study provided additional theoretical backgrounds to conduct organizational justice related research on diverse factors, such as potential mediating variables, influencing career satisfaction.

Keywords

Organizational Justice;Career Satisfaction;Career Development;Organizational Support for Career Development;Human Resource Development (HRD)

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