Studying Relationship between Organizational Justice and Employees' Performance Case study: Damloran Pharmaceutical Company in Borojerd, Iran
Objective of the study: The present survey studies relationship between organizational justice and employees' performance in one of the pharmaceutical companies of Borojerd township in Iran.
Tools and methods: Organizational justice has been analyzed in this survey with three dimensions of distributive justice, procedural justice, and interactional justice and employees' performance has been considered with two indexes of effectiveness and efficiency. Statistical population of the survey included one-hundred seventy nine (179) persons of Damloran–Razak Pharmaceutical Company in Borojerd Township. Number of the sample was calculated equal to one-hundred twenty three (123) employees and thirty three (33) managers. Sampling was conducted through classified random method. Data analysis was accomplished using correlation test, Kolmogoroff-Smirnoff and binomial test.
Findings: according to the research results, there was not any positive and significant relationship between organizational justice and employees' performance.
Conclusion: factors of distributive justice, procedural justice and interactional justice and generally organizational justice haven't been in a desirable status in the organization under study. This may have plausible results for the organization in the long-term. Therefore, all organizations generally and Damloran-Razak Pharmaceutical Company specially must do their best to reinforce the process of justice in distribution of consequences, procedures and social interactions.
Key words: Organizational justice, distributive justice, procedural justice, interactional justice, employees' performance
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