STUDY ON ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AMONG THE EMPLOYEES OF IT COMPANIES, TAMIL NADU, INDIA
The current research has investigated the connection between specific administrative- factors such as perceived organizational support (POS), procedural justice (PJ) and communication, as determinants of organizational trust (OT) and their effect on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The records were gathered from 205 informants from different managerial levels of various companies in IT zone. Quality scales were engaged to evaluate organizational trust (OT) and its precursor and subsequent elements. The result showed that former variables help in intensifying the degree of OT. The available of OT is positively combined with all the proportions of OCB as said by the workers of the organization. Therefore, it was recommended that enterprises should promote the procedure yielding to belief in organization, so that workers are better involved in additional character action leading in improved single and organizational efficacy.
Communication, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Organizational Trust, Perceived Organizational Support, Procedural Justice.