Abstract

In this study, it is aimed to investigate the mediating role of perceived organizational support on the effect of organizational justice perceptions of employees on organizational cynism. Data of the research collected via online questionnaires from 518 police officers who are working in Turkish Police Organization. Participants of the sample group is adequate to represent the research population. In the study, questionnaire technique used for gathering the data. Construct validity of the scales was tested with exploratory factor analysis and their reliability was tested with Cronbach Alfa internal consistency coefficient. Statistical analyses utilized for testing the research hypotheses were simple linear regression analysis, multivariable regression analysis and hierarchical regression analysis. According to findings; it has been found that the effect of perceived organizational justice on organizational cynicism is partly mediated by perceived organizational support. When it is evaluated in terms of subdimensions of perceived organizational justice, it is determined that the effect of perceived distributive and interactional justice on organizational cynicism is partly mediated by perceived organizational support but there isn’t found any mediating role for perceived procedural justice.