Organizational justice: The dynamics of fairness in the workplace.

  • Greenberg J
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Abstract

(from the chapter) In this chapter, I review the literature on organizational justice. Specifically, I begin by describing various forms of organizational justice and summarizing research identifying the benefits of promoting each particular form. This serves as a launching point for discussing various contemporary theories of organizational justice, conceptualizations that dominate current research. Using this as a foundation, I then discuss various ways in which organizational justice perceptions are measured. Next, I describe several recently developed areas of justice research that we can expect to flourish in the future. Finally, I conclude with a discussion of issues that warrant consideration in future investigations of organizational justice. To set the stage for these tasks, I begin by identifying the psychological processes underlying the perceptions of justice in organizations. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

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  • justice
  • organizational behavior
  • organizational c

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  • Jerald Greenberg

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