Organizational Justice and Its Impact On The Commitment Of Faculty Members To Work Ethics: Empirical Study On Private Universities In North Provinces

Shehadeh AL-Gharaibeh, Rokaya Albdareen


This study aimed to identify the organizational justice and its impact on the commitment of faculty member to “work ethics”  at private universities in Jordan. A questionnaire has been developed to identify the collection of data from a sample study consisted of 300 faculty member in the private universities. Results showed that there is a significant impact of organizational justice (interactional justice, procedural justice ,distributive justice) as a whole on the commitment of faculty member to “work ethics” . In addition this study showed that the organizatioal justice are highiy applied at private universities in Jordan. . At the end researchers recommended that private university is recommended to update policies and procedures continuously to enhance distributive justice.

Key Words: organizational justice, interactional justice, procedural justice ,distributive justice, private university, work ethics .

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