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  • Subject index

Work in the 21st century requires new understanding in organizational behaviour; how individuals interact together to get work done. This volume brings together research on essential topics such as motivation, job satisfaction, leadership, compensation, organizational justice, communication, intra- and inter-team functioning, judgement and decision-making, organizational development and change. Psychological insights are offered on management interventions, organizational theory, organizational productivity, organizational culture and climate, strategic management, stress, and job loss and unemployment.

Justice in Organizations: Theory, Methods, and Applications
Justice in organizations: Theory, methods, and applications

Organizational justice has emerged as an important construct for understanding attitudes and behavior in work settings. We review and discuss organizational justice research from the perspectives of theories and applications. In the theories section, we define the major justice constructs and relate these constructs to employee attitudes and behaviors. We also review and critique the dominant theories and methods used to investigate justice constructs. In the applications section of this chapter, we review research that has applied organizational justice to performance evaluation, personnel selection, and diversity management. For each of these applications, we review the major findings, discuss the contributions that have been made to understanding organizational justice, and identify future research ...

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