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n South African Journal of Labour Relations - An exploratory study of the relationship between interpersonal justice perceptions and job satisfaction in an organisation undergoing change

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Abstract

The main aim of this study was to examine the possibility of a relationship between interpersonal justice perceptions and job satisfaction in an organisation undergoing change. The study is explorative in nature, and uses a quantitative, cross-sectional, correlational and non-experimental design. The research was undertaken at a South African university undergoing restructuring. The sample consisted of 60 employees of the Faculty of Arts at this institution. Interpersonal justice was operationalised by dividing it into two components namely, social sensitivity and informational justice. Strong positive correlations were found between communication satisfaction and job satisfaction ( r = .85, p < .01 ) and between interpersonal justice perceptions and overall job satisfaction ( r = .58, p&lt; .01 ).

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2002-01-01
2016-12-04
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