Emerging Perspectives on Managing Organizational Justice (Google eBook)
Dirk Douglas Steiner, Stephen Gilliland, Daniel Skarlicki
IAP, Jan 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
This book is divided into three parts: integrating the non-work context into theories of organizational justice; non-work reactions to injustice; and commentary.
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The Religious Underpinnings of Social Justice Conceptions
Patients and Physicians as Stakeholders Justice in the Medical Context
A Social Information Processing View of Organizational Justice
A ThirdParty Observers Reactions to Employee Mistreatment Motivational and Cognitive Processes in Deservingness Assessments
Employee Stress Injustice and the DualPosition of the Boss
Distribution of Tasks A View from the Social Psychology of Justice
Hot Flashes Open Wounds Injustice and the Tyranny of Its Emotions
Some Reflections on the Morality of Organizational Justice
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