Analysis of the Impact of Information Technology, and Perceived Organizational Justice on Employee Empowerment (Case Study: Payame Noor University of Kermanshah Province)

Bahamn Saeidi pour

Abstract


The aim of this study was to analyze the impact of information technology and perceived organizational justice on employee empowerment. The population of the study consisted of 470 employees of Payame Noor University in Kermanshah province which, between them, 212 people randomly, using Cochran's formula, for example, in the first half of 2014 were selected. This is a correlation study. To collect data, a questionnaire, information technology, Simon & Soliman (2003), perceived organizational justice questionnaire Neihoff & Moorman (1993) and inventory Empowerment of Hope Ardalan (2011), using it was. Survey questionnaires showed that the measuring instruments, the validity and reliability are good. Using SPSS and LISREL, data from the study were analyzed. The results showed that perceived organizational justice on the impact of information technology on the role of the mediator is to empower employees.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n20p3037


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