Employee’s Perspective of Corporate Social Responsibility: Exploring the Mediating Role of Trust
||28 August 2019
||11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
||Toowoomba - Q303, Springfield - B154, or via Zoom
||For more information, please contact the Graduate Research School.
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Researchers suggested that literature on corporate social responsibility (CSR) still lacked to define CSR at micro (employee) level and knowledge regarding employee’s perception of CSR activities is less explored. A growing body of literature examines and analyses the relationship between CSR and employees attitudes and behaviours. The purpose behind this study is to examine employees perception of organizational corporate social responsibility activities and the degree to which it influences their attitudes and behaviours. In current study a research model is developed capturing firstly the direct relationship between corporate social responsibility with employees creative performance, organizational citizenship behaviour, and workplace deviance behaviour. Secondly the same relationship will be observed through the mediating effect of organizational trust which is less explored and recommended by researchers in literature. The arguments will be tested within a sample of Australian professional workers in the manufacturing as well as services sector by including both frontlines and backlines employees.