Impact Of Organizational Justice On Employee Dissent In Higher Education Sector Of Pakistan: A Women’s Perspective
Keywords:employe Responses,, Gender., Organisational Justice, Employee Dissent, Injustice, Employee Responses, Gender
This study examined the impact of organizational justice on employee dissent from the perspective of female employees. Participants were 210 full time female teachers working in several
Pakistan. Scope of this research shall encompass the justice and dissent perceptions of female teachers in these universities. This research uses a quantitative method by using survey, and proportionate stratified random sampling technique was used to collect data. Multiple regression analysis was used in order to explore the relationship between variables. Results indicated that perceptions of interactional and distributive justice are negatively associated with displaced dissen not related with displaced dissent. Interactional justice proved to be thestrongest predictor of displaced dissent followed by distributive justice.Perceptions of organizational justice were not related to latent or articulated dissent. Future research should also focus on explaining occurrence of dissent in various organizational settings such as service or production based organizations
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