The Extent of Application of the Principles of the Organizational Justice and Its Relationship to the Organizational Commitment of the Faculty Members at the University of Jordan

Bashir Arabiyat, Al. Balqaa, Basma Tlelan Issa Al-Saleem

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Abstract

This study aimed at identifying the extent of application of  principles of the organizational justice and its relation to the organizational commitment of the faculty instructors of the University  of Jordan. To achieve the objective of the study, a questionnaire was designed to collect data from the study sample. The study sample consisted of (183) faculty instructors of the University of Jordan. The study found that the extent of application of the principles of the organizational justice was medium, and the organizational commitment of the faculty instructors was high. It was found that there was a significant statistical relation to the application of the principles of the organizational justice for the faculty Instructors who had a commitment their organization. Finally, the researchers recommend the need to work on further studies on different variables related to this study.

Key Words: Organizational Justice, Organizational Commitment.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v1i2.1094

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