Justice in Organization—The integration from the perspective of recipients’ needs

【Author】

XIE Xiaojing 1 , YE Jinguo 2 1. School of Business Administration, Hebei University of Economics and Business, Shijiazhuang, China. 2. School of Business Administration, Hebei University of Economics and Business, Shijiazhuang, China.

【Abstract】

This research integrates the three approaches of justice theories, the outcome oriented justice, the interpersonal relationship oriented justice, and the ethical and moral justice, into a systematic one. Six propositions are presented based on the ERG theory. Theses propositions show what their justice concerns are and what the corresponding purposes of these concerns will be when the individuals dominated by various categories of needs are rewarded. Not only do these propositions develop theoretical linkage among the three approaches of justice theories, but also they effectively explain why there are various empirical results in the justice research field.

【Keywords】

Organizational Justice; Justice Concerns; Human Needs

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