2019 - Cihan SELEK ÖZ,Taner SAĞLAM - https://doi.org/10.29216/ueip.541662
Özet:The aim of the study is to identify the relationship between the awareness of organizational justice and organizational commitment levels of employees. In this context, a survey was implemented on a firm, which operates in the food sector and has 750 employees across Turkey. The first section of the three-section survey was intended to measure the demographic features of employees, the second section was intended to measure their perception of organizational rights and the third section was intended to measure the organizational commitment levels of the employees. The results of the survey was analyzed using by SPSS 22.0 statistics packet software. In this study; the participants procedural, interactions, general organizational rights and emotional commitment levels were identified as low; distributive rights perception, normative and general organizational commitment levels were found to be at an intermediate level. It was found that there was a moderate positive relationship between employees' perception of organizational justice and organizational commitment levels. In addition to this, ıt was also identified that there is a meaningful relationship among the demographic features, organizational rights perception and organizational commitment levels.
Anahtar Kelime:Organizational Justice, Organizational Commitment, Distributive Justice, Procedural Justice, Interactional Justice