Organizational Justice and Job satisfaction among nurses
Organizations should enhance justice among employees to ensure job satisfaction in the workplace. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of organizational justice (OJ) on job satisfaction (JS) among nurses. The population of this study is the nurses. A stratified sampling technique was deployed, 184 valid questionnaires from Two public hospitals analysed by AMOS . The results showed that the three dimensions of organizational justice, Distributive justice, Procedural justice, and Interactional justice has a positive and significant impact on job satisfaction among nurses. Distributive justice showed more impact on job satisfaction than Procedural justice and Interactional justice. The implication of this study for the supervisor and administrators provide information about how the improvement of OJ, JS and on-the-job facilitation of employee innovation. the study finding provides a clear image for the hospital administrations how justice substantial in the workplace.
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