Galuh Oka Pratama, Tuty Lindawati, Julius F Nagel


Companies today encourage relying on employees to increase competition, increase effectiveness, and absorb changes in a competitive marketplace. However, innovative work on employees will be difficult to achieve if employee behavior is not treated fairly in the company.

The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of organizational justice on the innovative work behavior of employees by sharing knowledge as a mediating variable. Respondent samples used were 105 respondents who are the employees of telecommunication industries in Surabaya. Sampling of respondents using non probability sampling by purposive sampling. The data collection tool used is a questionnaire. The data analysis technique used is the Structural Equation Modeling using the AMOS program. The results of this study indicate that organizational justice has a significant positive effect on employee innovative work behavior and knowledge sharing. Meanwhile, knowledge sharing also has a significant positive effect on employee innovative work behavior and is able to mediate the relationship between organizational justice and employee innovative work behavior.

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Organizational Justice; Innovative Work Behavior; Knowledge Sharing


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