Organizational justice perceptions as predictor of job satisfaction

Organizational justice perceptions as predictor of job satisfaction and organization commitment

Arti Bakhshi, Kuldeep Kumar, Ekta Rani

Abstract

The present study explored the relationship between perceived organizational justice, job satisfaction and organization commitment using a field sample. Sample for the present study consisted of 128 employees working in medical college. Regression analysis of the data obtained indicated that distributive justice was significantly related to job satisfaction whereas procedural justice was not found to be related significantly with job satisfaction. Also both distributive justice and procedural justice were found to be significantly related to organization commitment. Theoretical and practical implications of the results are discussed.

Keywords: Perceived Organizational Justice, Job Satisfaction and Organization Commitment

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Posted on June 3, 2011, in Jurnal Manajemen : Kepuasan Kerja. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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