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Volume :10 Issue : 3 2003      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Influence of Organizational Justice on Employee Attitudes in Public Organizations in the State of Kuwait

Auther : Adam G. AL- Otaibi

This study examines the effect of distributive and procedural justice on job satisfaction and organizational commitment, as well as the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment. Data were collected from 520 public employees (N = 520) in Kuwait. Results indicated that both distributive and procedural justice were more related to job satisfaction than to organizational commitment. Distributive justice was the best predictor for job satisfaction, while procedural justice was the best predictor for organizational commitment. Furthermore, job satisfaction explained 29% of the total variance in organizational commitment. This article concludes with a discussion of the study’s limitations and suggestions for possible future research.

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