OCBE among Construction Industry Employees: Does Environmental Leadership, Environmental Management Practices and Perceived Organizational Support Play a Role?
The expanding demand for the merger of environmental policies that inquire organizational sustainability strategies has urged most researchers to no longer be concerned with the importance of environmental programs of the organization per se, but with how organizations can build a highly environmentally engaged workforce. This study examined factors that affects organizational citizenship behavior for environment (OCBE) that happens in Malaysia’s construction organizations. The aim is to examine if environmental values, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment. A quantitative research approach using survey was employed to get insights from employees of G7 construction companies in Northern Malaysia. To examine the relationship between the variables, Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) technique was utilized. The results indicated that environmental values, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influenced OCBE. This study furthers the understanding of OCBE in theconstruction industry in Malaysia.