Investigating the organizational justice perception impact on job performance Case Study: Aghajari Oil and Gas Exploitation Company’s Employees
AbstractThe present paper aims at the examination of the relationship between organizational justice dimensions and the employees’ work outcomes. A sample of 200 employees at Aghajari Co. was selected and the research questionnaire was distributed among them. Data analysis using SPSS software and correlation and multiple regression methods indicated that the organizational justice dimensions distributive justice (DJ), procedural justice and interactive justice (IJ) have a positive and significant relationship with each other and with the dimensions of work outcomes organizational commitment (OC), job satisfaction (JS), and job performance (JP) and that distributive justice has a positive and significant effect on organizational commitment and job satisfaction, while the distributive justice has a positive effect only on organizational commitment and that interactive justice does not have any effect on work outcomes.
How to Cite
BAVARSAD, Belghis; RAHIMI, Farajollah; ABOOALI, Majid. Investigating the organizational justice perception impact on job performance Case Study: Aghajari Oil and Gas Exploitation Company’s Employees. Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management Journal, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 1, p. 1-13, feb. 2017. ISSN 2311-1836. Available at: <http://absronline.org/journals/index.php/eimj/article/view/687>. Date accessed: 21 aug. 2017.
Organizational justice, job satisfaction, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, job performance