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Munadil Shafat, Student (MBA), Bangladesh
Organizational justice refers to the perceived fairness of an organization and is usually based on the subjective judgments of its employees. There are three components of Organizational Justice (OJ). They are described below: 1. Distributive Justice: Distributive justice is concerned with the proper allocation of resources and decision outcomes. For an organization, to be distributively just, there are three criteria that should be taken into consideration: EQUITY: Giving an outcome based on the level of input. EQUALITY: Giving the same outcome to everyone. NEED: Giving outcomes based on personal needs. 2. Procedural Justice: Unlike distributive justice, procedural justice is concerned with the process that leads to outcome. Sometimes outcomes may not pass the above three criteria, but because of procedural justice, employees still feel satisfaction to the outcomes. To establish procedural justice, the following characteristics should be incorporated in organizationa (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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