Organizational Justice : Impact On Job Satisfaction Among Employees And Their Organisational Citizenship Behaviour

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ORGANISATIONAL JUSTICE : IMPACT ON JOB SATISFACTION AMONG EMPLOYEES AND THEIR ORGANISATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR

INTRODUCTION:

Organizational Justice is one of the very important components of understanding the behavior of an organization. It is a concept wherein an individual considers the organization he or she is working for is just or not. It is an individual’s perception of his or her employer being fair to him or her or not. The justice or the fairness can be in terms of workplace procedures, interactions or outcomes. The concept was introduced by Greenberg in 1987. Again, Organizational Justice is an individuals’ perception which means that it is based on what the employee thinks is good or bad for him or her rather than the employers thinking about its perspective workers. Therefore, “organizational justice is a personal evaluation about the ethical and moral standing of managerial conduct” (Cropanzano, Bowen &Gilliland,2007).
The concept of Justice can have both positive and negative effects on the working of an organization. The importance of the concept lies in the fact that it influences the overall growth of a company e.g. when the employees of a company feel that the company is not working in their favour they nurture a feeling of being neglected which decrease their interest in work and ultimately the production of the company. On the other hand if the employees feel happy with the decisions of the company their working capacity is enhanced leading to…
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