Psychosocial work environment, organisational justice and work family conflict as predictors of Malaysian worker wellbeing

R. Ibrahim, R. Z. Aida (2012) Psychosocial work environment, organisational justice and work family conflict as predictors of Malaysian worker wellbeing. PhD thesis, Victoria University.

Abstract

This thesis investigates the predictors of Malaysian employee wellbeing, specifically, whether the psychosocial work environment (job demands, job control, social support), organisational justice (procedural, interactional, distributive) and work family conflict (work to family and family to work conflict) can reliably predict employee wellbeing (job satisfaction, job affective wellbeing, life satisfaction, positive affect, negative affect and psychological wellbeing). Drawing upon the Job Demand-Control (JDC) and Job Demand-Control-Support (JDCS) models, it also examines the moderating effects of job control and social support on the relationship between job demands, organisational justice and work family conflict, and wellbeing.

Item type Thesis (PhD thesis)
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/21308
Subjects Current > FOR Classification > 1503 Business and Management
Current > FOR Classification > 1701 Psychology
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Social Sciences and Psychology
Keywords interactional justice, injustice, job satisfaction, mental health, manufacturing industry, organisational behaviour, Malaysia
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