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Organizational Justice And Motivation Relationship: The Case Of Adiyaman University


  • Mucahit CELIK

    () (Adýyaman University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences)

  • Mehmet SARITURK

    () (Adýyaman University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences)


Organizational Justice is fairly influential factor acting on the workers’ motivation level in the public institutions and establishments and private businesses. An empirical study has been carried out in the Adýyaman University in order to determine the level of the relationship between organizational justice and motivation. In this study, organizational justice has been handled from the distributional justice, procedural justice and interpersonal justice approaches. At the end of the study it has been determined that there’s a direct relation between organizational justice and motivation and there are factors that affect the worker motivation positively or negatively.

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  • Mucahit CELIK & Mehmet SARITURK, 2012. "Organizational Justice And Motivation Relationship: The Case Of Adiyaman University," Istanbul Commerce University Journal of Social Sciences, Istanbul Commerce University, vol. 21(1), pages 353-382.
  • Handle: RePEc:icu:journl:v:21:y:2012:i:1:p:353-382

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