Organizational justices has often been studied as an antecedent of different organizational constructs concerning well-being but only in few studies it has been related with motivation at work. In this research we surveyed justice perception of 113 trade union members of a local union (defined also as loosely-coupled organization), their motivation at work and their perceived organizational support. We want to verify whether, in this atypical organizational context, justice is an antecedent of motivation as it seems to be in the few empirical studied on this topic. At the beginning, this relation was not present, but the inclusion of perceived organization support like mediation variable pointed out an indirect effect between justice and motivation.
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