The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 15
Page No. 3778 - 3782

Organizational Justice: Typology, Methodology of Research and the Methods of Development at an Enterprise

Authors : Vladimir F. Ukolov, Alexander V. Solomatin, Yaroslav V. Solomatin and Alexander V. Ukolov

Abstract: This research collects and analyzes theoretical and empirical literature concerning the concept of organizational justice. It was defined that high level of organizational justice positively influence on the performance of a firm. In particular organizational justice increases employees’ trust in their managers and their loyalty to the firm. Moreover, it promotes “organizational citizenship behavior” among employees towards their colleagues and clients. In general, expenses for development and maintenance of the organizational justice are rapidly recovered by increased labor productivity. Organizational justice can be classified on three key types: distributive justice (employee’s perception of the result or reward he/she has received for his/her efforts), procedural justice (perception of the process, based on which the employee’s result/reward is determined) and interactional justice (perception of relationships between the employee and other agents). In most cases in order to test the relationship between organizational justice and other parameters, researchers use similar methodology (define theoretical model for testing, collecting primary data, econometric analysis of the data and interpretation of the results) but design unique theoretical models. At the end there were drawn several recommendations for managers concerning organizational justice improvement. For example, while making a decision a manager shall take into account strategic goals of the firm as a whole, as well as capabilities/needs of each particular employee separately; use both formal and informal communication channels between managers and subordinates; involve employees in decision-making process (employees will perceive such decisions as more fair); select properly the time for some important decision announcement.

How to cite this article:

Vladimir F. Ukolov, Alexander V. Solomatin, Yaroslav V. Solomatin and Alexander V. Ukolov, 2016. Organizational Justice: Typology, Methodology of Research and the Methods of Development at an Enterprise. The Social Sciences, 11: 3778-3782.

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