Managing the Employment Relationship. 12. Organizational Justice. Justice —exists when people receive those things they believe they deserve to receive based upon their contributions. compensation to employees
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Source: Adapted and updated from M.F. Cook, Personnel policies and employee communications: Handling new issues in today’s work environment. New Directions in Human Resources: A Handbook. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1987.
Antecedents of Commitment
Expected utility of internal roles
Time and behavioral conflicts with work
Condition of job choice
Antecedents of Satisfaction
Access to information
on job availability