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Organizational Justice: A Theoritical Approach

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  • N. Oyku IYIGUN

    (Istanbul Commerce University)

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The purpose of the study is to analyze the organizational justice, the main tool to shape employees’ attitudes aimed at the manager or organization in a positive way, in theoretical term. First of all, the concept of the organizational justice was introduced and the importance of the organizational justice was explained. Secondly, previous studies about the concept and basic theories to define organizational justice were discussed comprehensively. The dimensions of organizational justice defined by the organizational justice theories and organizational justice types were clarified. Finally, directions for future research were discussed and managerial implications and recommendations were given.

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  • N. Oyku IYIGUN, 2012. "Organizational Justice: A Theoritical Approach," Istanbul Commerce University Journal of Social Sciences, Istanbul Commerce University, vol. 21(1), pages 49-64.
  • Handle: RePEc:icu:journl:v:21:y:2012:i:1:p:49-64
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