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Organizational Justice and Performance Evaluation: Test and Trial Metaphors
Organizational justice and performance evaluation: Test and trial metaphors

In Chapter 4, we discussed how people enter into an organization. We noted that some selection procedures were perceived by applicants as fair, whereas others were perceived to be unfair. In many respects, organizations benefit from using fair procedures and avoiding unfair ones. As important as this initial staffing appears, however, it should be obvious that selection is only the initial stage in an individual's relationship with an organization. Other events and incidents follow, and these build on the seminal staffing episode. People's relationships with their employers are constantly being shaped, cut, and reshaped over a series of events. We can think of these events as “justice episodes,” ...

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