Dimensions of organisational justice impact job satisfaction and turnover intention in emerging economics
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DepartmentOrganización de Empresas
SourcePolish Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 25, Núm. 2, pp. 157-173
When the individual exercises a function in society, due to his or her efforts at work, he or she manifests multiple emotions that translate into behaviour. In recent years, the study of organisational behaviour has been a topic of interest in the economic and administrative sciences. Due to the importance of studying the elements that makeup employee behaviour, the objective was to analyse the influence of the dimensions that make up perceived justice, such as distributive justice, procedural justice and interactional justice, on job satisfaction and turnover intention. The data obtained from five hundred fifty-five workers in Mexico's food industry were analysed using the structural equation technique by CB-SEM. The results suggest a correlation between all the variables in the study. In this respect, it should be noted that there are positive relationships among distributive, interactional, job satisfaction and distributive justices on turnover intention. The results suggest the importance of considering business practices that enrich the feelings of justice among employees to avoid developing negative feelings towards the company that may result in job abandonment.
SubjectsOrganisational justice; job satisfaction; turnover intention
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