The present paper aims to investigate the impact of psychological contract on the organizational citizenship behaviors within governmental business context. The study encompasses workers from the governmental service sector in Bahrain. 280 questionnaires were randomly distributed to the employees of different specialties. Simple and multiple regressions were used to analyze the data and test hypotheses. The results showed that the psychological contract used dimensions positively affected the organizational citizenship behaviors at the organization under study. Furthermore, there were no significant differences in the responses of the participants due to demographic variables, such as gender, age, qualification, position title, and professional experience.
Esa Ahmed Abdulaziz, Maryam; Mahmoud Al Samman, Adel; and Kh. Muttar, Ahmed
"Psychological Contract and its Impact on the Organizational Citizenship Behaviors- an Applied Study from Bahrain,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 10
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