A step toward a common measure of organizational fairness
Maharee-Lawler, S., Rodwell, J. and Noblet, A. 2008, A step toward a common measure of organizational fairness, in PERA 2008 : Proceedings of The 8th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference, Ballarat University, Ballarat, Vic., pp. 161-169.
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PERA 2008 : Proceedings of The 8th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference
Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference
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The paper examines dimensions of organizational justice construct in a public sector context, utilizing an organizational justice measure developed and validated by Colquitt (2001). The present study substantiates the existing claims about the independence of interactional justice and the division of interactional justice into interpersonal and informational justice. The present investigation also contributes to the justice literature by providing evidence of a new factor, which is called procedural voice justice to reflect the possible association with the concept of voice effect. Although voice has been examined extensively in the justice research as an antecedent of procedural justice, little is known about if and how voice might integrate into procedural justice construct. The study proposes that future justice research further investigate dimensionality of organisational justice and aspire to developing a common measure of the justice construct.
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150305 Human Resources Management
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970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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