عنوان مقاله [English]
Organizational citizenship behavior is autonomous and meta-functionbehavior that puts employees in a situation that they voluntarilyact beyond the expectations of their jobs and responsibilities. Also, employees’ perceptions of fairness ofpayment and equality in organizational procedures and fairness ofinterpersonal behaviors in an organization on one hand and organizational trust as one of the important sources of competitive advantage on the other hand playa significant role in encouraging and developing the organizational citizenship behavior.The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between perceived justice and trust with organizational citizenship behavior with an emphasis on the mediating role of organizational commitment. For this purpose, the primary conceptual model was derived from theories and models related to the former subjects and researches and it was tested by structural equation modeling.The findings showed that3 factors of perceived justice, organizational trust and organizational commitment directly affected organizational citizenship behavior. Organizational trust had the strongest effect on the independent variable (standard estimate coefficient=0.80).
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