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Title: Organizational behavior and procedural-interactive justice in HRM: A secondary school level study
Authors: Ijaz Ahmad Tatlah
Saeed, Muhammad
Zafar Iqbal, Muhammad
Keywords: Altruism
Procedural Justice
Human Resource Management
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Scholarlink Research Institute Journals
Citation: Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences (JETEMS) 2(1), 14-17
Abstract: The purpose of the present study was to explore the basic problems being faced in organizational behavior and human resource management. An empirical study was made, whether and how the organizational behavior (OB) influences the relationship between employees perception towards Procedural-Interactive Justice in human resource management (HRM).This study is based on the leadership-member exchange theory (LMX). A survey was conducted over the educational professionals of mixed cadres. Exploratory analyses of 300 employees representing 60 local secondary schools in Punjab, Pakistan showed that organizational behavior and procedural interactional justice are significantly correlated with each other. Two dimensions of the OB i.e. altruism and generalized compliance, have significant relationship between procedural and interactional justice dimensions like formal procedure and interactive justice in HRM. More over regression analysis also provided a significant effectiveness of organizational behavior with procedural and interactive justice.
ISSN: 2141-7024
Appears in Collections:Department of Education

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