Developing Human Resource Productivity through Organizational Justice

Mohammad Reza Sadeghi, Seyyed Mohammad Mahdi Musavi, Saied Samiie, Amirhesam Behrooz

Abstract


Productivity, the methods to measure it and identifying affecting factors on it are yet considered as the main issues of knowledge management and organization. Based on present study, the relationship between organizational justice and human resource productivity is studied. The findings of correlation test show a significant relationship between organizational justice and human resource productivity correlation coefficient (0.584). In the meantime, the findings of regression analysis indicate that it is a linear relationship. Ultimately, a multiple regression test on variables show that distributive justice has the highest impact on human resource productivity and one unit change in this variable would result into 0.425 units change in human resource productivity and one unit change in interactional justice would result into 0.336 units change in human resource productivity.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v3i2.3575

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