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The Impact Of Organizational Climate, Organizational Justice On Job Satisfaction, El Clima Y La Justicia Organizacional Y Su Efecto En La Satisfaccion Laboral

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  • Juana Patlan-Perez
  • Edgar Martinez Torres
  • Rosalia Hernandez Hernandez
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    In this study, we analyze the effect of climate and organizational justice on job satisfaction? We identify significant positive associations between climate, organizational justice and job satisfaction. We Hypothesize that perceptions of a favorable climate and organizational justice is positively related to higher levels of job satisfaction. 307 college professors participate in this study. The results indicate that distributive and procedural justice have significant positive associations with various factors of job satisfaction. On the other hand, interactional justice showed negative associations with job satisfaction. Climate factors such leadership, benefits and rewards, autonomy, unity (cohesion), relationships and peer support have significant differences with job satisfaction

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    Article provided by The Institute for Business and Finance Research in its journal Revista Internacional Administraction and Finanzas.

    Volume (Year): 5 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 5 ()
    Pages: 1-19

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    Handle: RePEc:ibf:riafin:v:5:y:2012:i:5:p:1-19
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