The Effects of Organizational Justice on Workplace Deviance and Job Satisfaction of Employees: Evidence from a Public Sector Hospital of Pakistan

Muhammad Asim Faheem, Norashikin Mahmud

Abstract


Applying the equity theory at public sector hospitals, present study aimed to investigate the impact of organizational justice on nurses’ deviant behavior at workplace and also the job satisfaction. Present study was conducted on 51 nurses from one of the popular public sector hospital of Pakistan. These nurses belong from different department of that hospital. To elicit the response from nurses a questionnaire was used. Findings of present study revealed that organizational justice is negatively influenced the workplace deviance, while organizational justice positively correlated with job satisfaction. Present research highlights the valuable role of organizational justice in reduction of deviant behavior and increases the level of satisfaction among nurses at workplace.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5p342


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