Impact Of Organizational Justice On Job Satisfaction In Health Sector: Moderating Role Of Personality

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  • Syed Shoeb Ahmed
  • Muhammad Kamran Rafique
  • Asif Uddin
  • Inayatullah
  • Shafi Muhammad Wassan
  • Tahir Hussain

Abstract

Relationship between organizational justice (OJ) i.e distributive justice (DJ) and procedural justice (PJ) and Job Satisfaction (job satisfaction) has been examined with moderating role of personality aspects (agreeableness and neuroticism). DJ scale (Neihoff & Moorman, 1993), PJ scale (Sweeny & McFarlin, 1997), job satisfaction scale (Hackman & Oldham, 1973), ten item personality inventory (Gosling, 2003) were used to measure variables of the model in this study. Data was collected from a sample of 237 healthcare givers including doctors, nurses and paramedics from two selected hospitals in Islamabad; one from public and the other from private sector. Results revealed a significant positive relationship between organizational justice and job satisfaction. Agreeableness strengthened the relationship of organizational justice with job satisfaction whereas neuroticism weakened this relationship. There is a significant difference between private and public sector hospitals.  The significance and limitations and future scope of the study are discussed. 

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2024-03-14

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Ahmed, S. S. ., Rafique, M. K. ., Uddin, A. ., Inayatullah, Wassan, S. M. ., & Hussain, T. . (2024). Impact Of Organizational Justice On Job Satisfaction In Health Sector: Moderating Role Of Personality . Migration Letters, 21(S8), 1270–1284. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9601

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