Extant litarature identifies organizational justice as an antecedent of job satisfaction and organizational commitment. However, the literature is largely silent on the underlying mechanism governing these relationships. Based on the social exchange perspective and the conservation of resource theory, we proposed that quality of work life (QWL) and psychological capital (PsyCap) will mediate the influence of organizational justice on job satisfaction and organizational commitment. 440 employees from the Indian industry were surveyed using standardised measures of the key variables. Results were found to be consistent with our hypotheses. The findings of our study advance available knowledge on job satisfaction and organizational commitment; and provide impetus to research in this domain by identifying QWL and PsyCap as an intervening variables.