Organisational justice: A hospital shift worker contextual perspective

International Employment Relations Association
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Conference Proceeding
IERA 2009 17th Annual Conference: Book of Proceedings, 2009, pp. 1 - 18
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Few studies have examined the effect of organisational justice on workplace relationships and attitudes of shift workers. This study uses a full four factor model of organisational justice to investigate justice perceptions of shift workers in the specific hospitality context of employees in registered clubs. Using a social exchange perspective of the employment relationship, responses from a total of 501 employees in three clubs were analysed. Inconsistent results were found across the three clubs on employees workplace relationships including leader-member exchange (LMX) and perceived organisational support (POS) and their work attitudes of job satisfaction, organisational commitment and their intention to quit.
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