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Table 1: Descriptive Statistics: Demographic Variables  Demographic Variables Categories Frequency Percentage Gender Male 125 54.1 Female 101 43.7 Prefer not to say 5 2.2 Age 18-29 years 90 39.0 30-39 years 120 51.9 40-49 years 10 4.3 50-59 years 3 1.3 60 years and above 8 3.5 Education Level Vocational/High School 8 3.5 Diploma/Advanced Diploma 10 4.3 Bachelor Degree 89 38.5 Postgraduate Degree 124 53.7 Employment Status Full Time 52 22.5 Part Time 118 51.1 Casual 61 26.4 Work Experience 0-5 years 196 84.8 5-9 years 25 10.8 10-14 years 7 3.0 15 years and above 3 1.3 Number of Employees 0-4 employees 3 1.3 5-19 employees 42 18.2 20-199 employees 186 80.5 Total Frequency = 231; Total Percentage = 100% Table 2: Descriptive Statistics: Independent Variables Constructs/Items Mean Std. Dev. Skewness Kurtosis Leaders Moderation Orientation 3.86 .582 -2.698 9.880 My immediate supervisor has a modest attitude. 3.90 .664 -2.305 7.898 My immediate supervisor help others the possibility to shine. 3.84 .665 -2.575 8.217 My immediate supervisor encourages extreme objectives, ideas, and behaviour. 3.80 .783 -1.886 4.244 My immediate supervisor accepts diversity and differences. 3.92 .644 -2.089 7.619 People Orientation 3.82 .647 -2.326 6.280 My immediate supervisor is interested in how I feel and how I am doing. 3.86 .665 -1.901 5.468 My immediate supervisor pays attention to my personal needs. 3.80 .715 -1.988 4.952 My immediate supervisor takes time to talk about work-related emotions. 3.79 .786 -1.947 4.214 My immediate supervisor is genuinely concerned about my personal development. 3.80 .756 -2.201 5.535 My immediate supervisor sympathizes with me when I have problems. 3.85 .676 -2.288 7.015 Table 3: Descriptive Statistics: Mediator and Dependent Variable Constructs/Items Mean Std. Dev. Skewness Kurtosis Supervisor Support 3.91 .533 -2.174 8.288 My immediate supervisor really cares about my well-being. 3.92 .631 -1.615 5.401 My immediate supervisor strongly considers my goals and values. 3.89 .689 -2.348 8.171 My immediate supervisor shows little concern for me. 3.85 .649 -1.961 6.426 My immediate supervisor cares about my opinions. 3.89 .629 -2.023 6.846 Help is available from my immediate supervisor when I have a problem. 3.99 .523 -1.303 7.009 Organisational Citizenship Behaviour 4.00 .414 -2.278 15.670 I help others who have been absent. 4.01 .555 -1.990 11.165 I willingly give my time to help others who have work-related problems. 4.10 .493 -1.104 9.230 I adjust my work schedule to accommodate other employees’ requests for time off. 3.90 .578 -1.773 6.886 I go out of the way to make newer employees feel welcome in the work group. 3.99 .515 -1.370 7.552 I show genuine concern and courtesy toward co-workers, even under the most trying business or personal situations. 3.99 .519 -1.705 8.764 Table 4: Correlation among Constructs Constructs 1 2 3 4 1. Leaders Moderation Orientation 1 2. People Orientation .847** 1 3. Supervisor Support .799** .818** 1 4. Organisational Citizenship Behaviour .386** .425** .447** 1 Table 5: Commonality and Variance among Independent Variables Items Items Communality Factor Eigen Value Percent of Variance Cumulative Percent My immediate supervisor has a modest attitude. .708 1 6.393 71.038 49.732 My immediate supervisor help others the possibility to shine. .784 2 .577 6.414 77.452 My immediate supervisor encourages extreme objectives, ideas, and behaviour. .621 My immediate supervisor accepts diversity and differences. .861 My immediate supervisor is interested in how I feel and how I am doing. .762 My immediate supervisor pays attention to my personal needs. .784 My immediate supervisor takes time to talk about work-related emotions. .822 My immediate supervisor is genuinely concerned about my personal development. .845 My immediate supervisor sympathizes with me when I have problems. .784 Table 6: KMO and Bartlett’s test Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin Measure of Sampling Adequacy .931 Bartlett’s Test of Sphericity Approx. Chi-Square 1826.112 df 36 Sig. .000 Table 7: Re-specification of Items, Validity and Reliability Construct/Items Factor Loading Cronbach Alpha Leaders Moderation Orientation .863 My immediate supervisor has a modest attitude. .726 My immediate supervisor help others the possibility to shine. .697 My immediate supervisor encourages extreme objectives, ideas, and behaviour. .614 My immediate supervisor accepts diversity and differences. .877 People Orientation .940 My immediate supervisor is interested in how I feel and how I am doing. .802 My immediate supervisor pays attention to my personal needs. .803 My immediate supervisor takes time to talk about work-related emotions. .841 My immediate supervisor is genuinely concerned about my personal development. .830 My immediate supervisor sympathizes with me when I have problems. .811 Supervisor Support .904 My immediate supervisor really cares about my well-being. .867 My immediate supervisor strongly considers my goals and values. .853 My immediate supervisor shows little concern for me. .906 My immediate supervisor cares about my opinions. .831 Help is available from my immediate supervisor when I have a problem. .796 Organisation Citizenship Behaviour .836 I help others who have been absent. .819 I willingly give my time to help others who have work-related problems. .688 I adjust my work schedule to accommodate other employees’ requests for time off. .701 I go out of the way to make newer employees feel welcome in the work group. .804 I show genuine concern and courtesy toward co-workers, even under the most trying business or personal situations. .875 Table 8: Multiple RegressionModel Summary Model R R Square Adjusted R Square Std. Error of the Estimate 1 .428a .183 .176 .376 a. Predictors: (Constant), People Orientation, Leaders Moderation OrientationANOVAa Model Sum of Squares df F Sig. 1 Regression 7.201 2 25.495 .000b Residual 32.198 228 Total 39.398 230 a. Dependent Variable: Organisation Citizenship Behaviour b. Predictors: (Constant), People Orientation, Leaders Moderation OrientationCoefficientsa Model Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t Sig. B Std. Error Beta 1 Leaders Moderation Orientation .066 .080 .093 .830 .408 People Orientation .221 .072 .346 3.073 .002 a. Dependent Variable: Organisation Citizenship BehaviourTable 9: Complete and Partial Mediation Tables Model Unstandardized Coefficients Standard Error (SE) Standardized Coefficients (SC) t Sig. 1 Leader Moderation Orientation (LMO) .2746 .0434 .3859 6.3298 .0000 2 Supervisor Support (SS) .2978 .0764 .3833 3.8976 .0001 Leader Moderation Orientation (LMO) .0567 .0700 .0797 .8101 .4187 1 People Orientation (PO) .2714 .0382 .4246 7.0971 .0000 2 Supervisor Support (SS) .2339 .0794 .3011 2.9444 .0036 People Orientation (PO) .1141 .0654 .1784 1.7451 .0823 Supervisor Support mediates the relationship between LMO and OCB, PO and OCB If the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable is significant when the mediator is absent from the model, yet insignificant when the mediator is added to the model, the relationship between the independent variable and the dependant variable is said to be completely mediated by the intervening variable (Mackinnon, Lockwood, C. M., Hoffman, West & Sheets, 2002).ReferencesMacKinnon, D. P., Lockwood, C. M., Hoffman, J. M., West, S. G., & Sheets, V. (2002). A comparison of methods to test mediation and other intervening variable effects. Psychological Methods, 7, 83–104.Muller, R. T., Gragtmans, K., & Baker, R. (2008). Childhood physical abuse, attachment, and adult social support: Test of a mediational model.Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement,40(2), 80-89 Berlin, L. J., Appleyard, K., & Dodge, K. A. (2011). Intergenerational continuity in child maltreatment: Mediating mechanisms and implications for prevention.Child development,82(1), 162-176.

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