This study empirically examined the effects of organizational justice and ethical leadership on employee performance in Binh Duong’s industrial park with a mediation analysis of employee job satisfaction and employee work motivation. Quantitative approach was mainly applied and questionnaires were delivered to 677 employees in Binh Duong’s industrial parks. This study employed statistical techniques of factor analysis, multiple regression, and path analysis to confirm the relationships between variables. The results of this study showed that employee job satisfaction and employee work motivation significantly and positively affected employee performance. In addition, the finding of this study illustrated that organizational justice and ethical leadership played significantly role in contributing the employee job performance. They had positive direct effects on employee job performance. Moreover, they also had indirect impact on employee job performance through employee job satisfaction and employee work motivation.
Binh duong’s industrial parks, employee job performance, employee job satisfaction, mediation, path analysis.
Mai Ngoc Khuong and Thai Hoang Quoc are with the School of Business, International University, VNU-HCM, Vietnam (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mai Ngoc Khuong and Thai Hoang Quoc, "
The Effects of Organizational Justice and Ethical Leadership on Employee Performance in Binh Duong’s Industrial Parks, Vietnam," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 4, no. 4, pp.