Navigating Through Ubiquitous Factors Of Organisational Justice At (HEI). An In-Depth Qualitative Case Analysis Of Peshawar, Pakistan

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  • Mian Asim Iqbal
  • Muhammad Atiq
  • Dr. Owais Mufti
  • Muhammad Danial
  • Gohar Saleem Parvaiz

Abstract

In recent times, research on organizational justice has gained momentum as there has been a noticeable increase in employee dissatisfaction and demotivation in organizations worldwide. For the purposes of this paper, we examined the phenomenon of organizational justice in the context of Higher Education Institutes (HEIs). The external environment of HEIs has undergone significant changes, which include but are not limited to marketisation, governance, globalisation and increasing mobility of faculty and students. We adopt a qualitative approach and draw on insights of our research participants to delineate the importance of organizational justice in our purposively chosen HEI. Adhering to the qualitative tradition, five faculty and five staff mem[1]bers were purposively selected as research sample. Top of Form

The research sample comprised faculty and staff members who had served on either statutory or non-statutory committees within the HEI. Data collected through semi-structured interviews was thematically analyzed through deductive and inductive coding, which lead to the development of themes for the discussion of findings. Based on our rich empirical data, we find that favoritism, strategic foresight, open communication and decision-making ability influence the organizational justice process more than others. Research fills a notable contribution in extant literature on the topic by highlighting correlation between lack of organizational justice and the occurrence of organizational silence as a consequence.

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2024-03-14

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Iqbal, M. A. ., Atiq, M. ., Mufti, D. O. ., Danial, M. ., & Parvaiz, G. S. . (2024). Navigating Through Ubiquitous Factors Of Organisational Justice At (HEI). An In-Depth Qualitative Case Analysis Of Peshawar, Pakistan. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 1213–1235. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9587

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