A Multilevel Analysis of Procedural Justice Context
Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 19, 131-141 (1998)
12 Pages Posted: 10 Mar 2014
Date Written: 1998
Using a multilevel framework, we hypothesized that both employee perceptions of procedural justice and a work unit level measure of procedural justice context would be associated with employee reports of job satisfaction and organizational commitment. 323 employees from 53 branches of a savings and loan corporation were used to test this hypothesis. Hierarchical linear modeling analyses revealed that procedural justice context explained variance in employee job satisfaction beyond that accounted for by individual perceptions of procedural justice. With regard to organizational commitment, this hypothesis was not supported. The results are discussed in connection with contextual aspects of procedural justice.
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