Organization Citizenship Behavior: Notion of Social Exchange Theory
Purpose: Employee-organization relationship has been one of the main interesting and debatable constructs in discussion of organizational behavior. This study attempts to propose possible antecedents through which not only this relationship could be enhanced but also provide insights for factors to bring voluntary activities among employees to carry out extra duties for organizational wellbeing. Based on the notion of Social Exchange theory (SET), the paper attempts to highlight the organizational and individuals factors that could act as key mechanisms for leading towards organizational citizenship behavior. Therefore, based on the existing literature, the association among variables has been established along with which a conceptual model is proposed and conclusions stating the possible future directions for testing of the model are presented.
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