An Empirical Investigation of Organizational Justice and Public Service Motivation through Employee Commitment

Nagina Gul, Xu Xiaolin, Yang Lanrong, Arshad Mahmmod Sadozai


Despite a highly paid private sector why people eager to join public sector. For understanding this phenomena, it is important to understand the theory and practice of public service motivation. This study aimed to identify possible predictors of public service motivation and its underlying a mechanism from a multilevel perspective. This paper also analyzed the mediating role of organizational Commitment in the relationship between Public Service Motivation and organizational justice in public sector universities in Pakistan.  A survey method was employed to collect the data from the employees who are working in public universities. The detail about results, implication and limitations are also discussed at the end.

Keywords: Public service motivation (PSM), organizational justice, organizational commitment, public sector

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