Relationship between organisational justice and employee outcomes: a cross-national study

Simon S.K. Lam, John Schaubroeck, Samuel Aryee

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Abstract

This study examined the influence of organizational justice perceptions on employee work outcome relationships as moderated by individual differences that are influenced by societal culture. Power distance, but not country or individualism, moderated the relationships between perceived justice and satisfaction, performance, and absenteeism. The effects of perceived justice on these outcomes were stronger among individuals scoring lower on power distance index, and most of these study participants were in the U.S. (versus Hong Kong) sample. Limitations of the study and the implications of the findings for managing cross-culturally are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-18
Number of pages18
JournalJournal of Organizational Behavior
Volume23
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2002

Keywords

  • organizational justice perception
  • employee work outcome
  • relationship
  • societal culture
  • justice
  • satisfaction
  • performance
  • absenteeism
  • perceived justice
  • power distance index
  • US
  • Hong Kong

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