The relationship between perceived organizational justice and satisfaction with pay levels
Organizational justice refers to employees’ perceptions of fairness and equalities in the behaviors and working relationships. Several studies indicate that an increased sense of justice is effective on different aspects of organizational behavior. Accordingly, this study examines the relationship between perceived organizational justice and satisfaction with pay levels among experts in a governmental organization and tries to explain the relationship between perceived organizational justice (distributive justice, procedural justice, and interactional justice, justice information) and the level of satisfaction of payments.
Sampling method is simple random. The statistical population includes 54 experts in a governmental organization in Ilam. Research is descriptive and correlational, and in order to collect data, questionnaire on organizational justice in the book of Mohammad Moghimi and questionnaire on level of payment of coral and Cohen (2005) was used. Reliability was tested by the Cronbach's alpha for organizational justice (87.3), and for the satisfaction with level of payment (0.70), respectively. Findings showed that There is a significant relationship between organizational justice, distributive justice, procedural justice, information justice, and interactional justice on the one hand and satisfaction with pay level on the other one (p <./.5).
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