Paper Title
Peer Perspectives on Employee Idiosyncratic Deals

In this paper, we attempt to describe the relationship between the observation of coworker idiosyncratic deals (i-deals: Rousseau et al., 2006; Rousseau, 2005) and employee turnover intention by incorporating two explanatory mechanisms: workplace flexibility and procedural justice. We hypothesize contrasting implications of coworker flexibility i-deals and developmental i-deals on these two mediating mechanisms. Based on a sample of 176 employees from multiple organizations, we find differential implications for the two types of i-deals and mediators. We discuss these findings and the implications of our research. Index Terms - I-deals, Procedural Justice, Workplace Flexibility, Turnover Intention