The perceived potential for environmental restoration while at work can represent a job resource, given that restoration alleviates stress, which can free resources for both performance and extra-role activities. This study explores the association between perceived restorativeness (PR) and organisational citizenship behaviours (OCB – helpfulness, loyalty and voice). Further, this study tests the moderating effect of organisational justice (OJ – procedural, distributive and interactional) on the association between PR and OCB because a lack of OJ can be conceived as a job demand (following the job demands–resources model). Employees (n = 146) from different organisations responded to a questionnaire. Regression analysis with 1,000 bootstrap samples indicated a moderating effect of OJ (for low levels and the mean value of interactional justice – an OJ sub-dimension) on the PR and OCB (voice) relationship. Generally, the restorative quality of the work environment may play a pivotal part in promoting extra-role behaviour.
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