Impact of Organizational Justice on Organizational Effectiveness

Neetu Choudhry, P. J. Philip, Rajender Kumar


The study of Organizational Justice has received great attention from the researchers and it has become frequently topic in the field of industrial-organizational psychology. But, little research has tested the fundamental assumption that organizational justice improves the effectiveness of organizations. This paper examines that Organizational Justice improves the effectiveness of organizations by increasing job satisfaction and organizational commitment. First, several theoretical explanations why Organizational Justice (OJ) may improve organizational effectiveness are provided. Second, by distinguishing among the two forms of Organizational Justice (Distributive and Procedural Justice). Then few existing studies applying to organizational effectiveness contexts are summarized for supporting the relationship. This research paper enhances the understanding of Organizational Justice of the employees in organizations. Finally, the implications of these findings are discussed. Copyright ©

Keywords: Organizational effectiveness, Employees, Perception of Fairness, Behavior, Job Satisfaction.

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