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Volume 27 Issue 4 (June 2006), Pages 403-543

Employee reactions to corporate social responsibility: an organizational justice framework (pages 537-543)

Abstract

We seek to bridge the macro concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) with micro research in organizational justice. A theoretical model is presented whereby employees' perceptions of CSR impact their subsequent emotions, attitudes, and behaviors, mediated by instrumental, relational, and deontic motives/needs, as well as moderated by organizations' social accounts. Copyright © 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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