Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences. Vol.4, No.1

Procedural Justice & Organizational Performance

Saima Khan* , Usman Habib

* Saima Khan. Institute of Business Management Sciences, K.P.K Agricultural University, Peshawar, Pakistan

Usman Habib, Department of Computer Science, COMSATS Institute of information Technology, Abbottabad, KPK, Pakistan.

This research article attempts to determine the relationship between the procedural justice as perceived by university’s employee and prevailing level of work satisfaction, their turnover intentions, and their degree of trust on their management. The research testifies that there exists:

  •  Positive relationship between the degree of procedural justice and the prevailing level of employees’ job satisfaction and degree of their trust employees hold for their managers.
  • Relationship between perceived degree of procedural justice and employees turnover intentions.
  • Positive relationship between procedural justice perceptions and organizational commitment

The study intends to lay benchmark for institutions of higher education in Pakistan in general and Khber Pakhtoonkhwa in particular. The paper lays down the guide lines for university administration to understand prevailing level of procedural justice and its likely impact in their respective institutions on one hand and redesign their personnel system in such a way that employees view as legitimate or just.




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