Effect of Perceived Organizational Justice on Technicians' Work Engagement


Fei Guan;


This article applies factor analysis,descriptive statistical analysis and regression analysis to explore the effect of perceived organizational justice on technicians' work commitment based on the sample of the entire workers from some Henan manufacture enterprises.Results show organizational justice can be measured by procedural justice and distributive justice.Job satisfaction is measured by salary,promotion and supervision.Moreover,organizational commitment is measured by continuous commitment,affective commitment and normative justice.In manufacture enterprises,procedural justice and distributive justice have significant and positive effect on performance appraisal satisfaction,job satisfaction and organizational commitment.


technicians;;organizational justice;;work engagement


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