The Perception of Organization Justice and Social Responsibility in Dimension of Human Resources Affecting Organizational Citizenship Behavior: An Empirical Study of Cambodian Migrant Laborers, Chemical Fertilizer Industry in Thailand

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Watthana Duangpaen
Wasutida Nurittamont

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The objective of this research article is to study the perception of the organizational justice and social responsibility in dimension of human resources affecting organizational citizenship behavior of Cambodian migrant laborers in chemical fertilizer industry in Thailand. The research are samples 384 Cambodian migrant laborers working in the chemical fertilizer industry in Thailand data was collected by questionaires. The statistical method used for testing hypotheses is multiple regression, Enter. The findings presented that the perception of the organizational justice including compensations, procedures and interactions statistically significantly affects organizational citizenship behaviors. The social responsibility in the dimension human resource, including employment and employment relationship, employment conditions and social protections, social conversations, occupational health and safety, personnel development, and trainings. Also statistically significantly affected organizational citizenship behaviors. The findings can be used as a guideline to establish key policies relating to migrant laborers retention.

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