Employee Reactions to Electronic Control Systems: The Role of Procedural Fairness

Group and Organization Management, 19: 203-218, 1994

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Roland E. Kidwell

Niagara University

Nathan Bennett

Georgia Institute of Technology - Organizational Behavior Area; J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Date Written: June 1994

Abstract

This field study considered proposed relationships between perceived procedural fairness and employee reactions to a relatively novel organizational phenomenon, electronic control systems (ECSs). In a sample (N = 151) of employees, perceptions of ECSs' procedural fairness explained variance in ECSs' satisfaction beyond that accounted for in previous studies. In turn, ECSs' satisfaction was associated with job satisfaction. Results generally show that procedural fairness, which has a history of strong relationships with important organization outcomes, enhances existing models of employee reactions to ECSs.

Suggested Citation

Kidwell, Roland E. and Bennett, Nathan, Employee Reactions to Electronic Control Systems: The Role of Procedural Fairness (June 1994). Group and Organization Management, 19: 203-218, 1994, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2399955 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2399955

Roland E. Kidwell

Niagara University ( email )

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United States

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J. Mack Robinson College of Business ( email )

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