Organizational justice refers to how workers perceive their fairness compared to one another’s pay, promotions, rewards, and allocation of resources. A study conducted by Lind and Tyler (1988) found a significant relationship between the degree of organizational injustice and services employees see as “unfair” or undesirable. The findings also revealed that employees seem to be most concerned about being mistreated in promotions and getting noticed for good work.
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