Organizational Justice, Leadership, And Management

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Turnover intention is taking center stage in today’s business environment with organizations downsizing operations and highly-qualified and other employees seeking better opportunities where they are valued and appreciated. The competitive nature of today’s business operations brought about by globalization and technological advancement has forcing organizations to think twice before letting employees go or downsizing (Brewer & Brewer, 2010). Firms are introducing incentives to retain employees at any cost, such as knowledge sharing, continuous training, learning, and attainments, as well as introduction of software to outdo rivals (Kongpichayanond, 2009). Some organizations are engaging human resource strategies to monitor critical…show more content…
The challenge is to balance the two scenarios and find a middle-of-the-road approach to that can give a hint or foretell when employees fall into one of the two extremes. However, Strand and Dore’s study pinpointed role stressors, supervision, performance recognition, and rewards as possible factors that contribute to job satisfaction, depending on the individual and level of responsibility, and employee’s number of years with the employer, the role in the organization, working conditions suitability, and lack of external client resources as a contribution to job dissatisfaction. With factor such as performance recognition, the role, and working conditions overlapping into both job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction, human resource personnel need to play a judicious balancing act. While Franek & Veera (2008) agreed with Strand & Dore on working condition as one factor that influence a level of job satisfaction or dissatisfaction, they also identified remuneration and benefits, promotion system, individual employee relationship with immediate supervisor, social relationship, organizational justice and the job itself. Overall, the authors identified situational factors which are associated with individuals and dispositional factors which are associated with an individual’s
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