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Scholarly Journal of Scientific Research and Essay (SJSRE) Vol. 7(4), pp. 58-64 August 2018
Available online at http:// www.scholarly-journals.com/SJSRE
ISSN 2315-6163 © 2018 Scholarly-Journals

Organizational Justice and Employee Work Outcome in Manufacturing Firms in Rivers State

Ogu, Kingsley Obinna and Johnny,Uduak.

Department of Management,Faculty of Management Sciences,University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria



This study investigates the relationship between organizational justice and employee work outcome in manufacturing firms in River State, Nigeria. Measures of work outcome used were organizational commitment, job satisfaction and employees’ turnover intention. This study examined three dimensions of organizational justice namely distributive, procedural, and interactional justice. Using self-administered questionnaire, the population of this study comprises of 600 administrative/management staffs, the Taro Yamane’s formula was used to arrive at a sample size of two hundred and forty (240) employees; eighteen (18) manufacturing firms were surveyed in order to test nine hypothesis of this study. The analysis of data indicates that distributive, procedural and interactional justice has positive significant relationship with organizational commitment and job satisfaction. However, all three dimensions of justice had negative significant relationship with employees’ turnover intention...


Key words: Organizational Justice, Distributive, Procedural, Interactional Justice, Employee Work Outcome, Organizational Commitment, Job satisfaction and Turnover Intention.

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