Implications of Perceived Interactional Injustice: A Meta-Analytic Approach
Date of Award
Closed Access Thesis
Master of Science (MS)
Jaime B. Henning
When attempting to understand the antecedents of job performance, organizational justice has received much examination (Cohen-Charash & Spector, 2001; Colquitt, Conlon, Wesson, Porter, & Ng, 2001; Devonish and Greenidge, 2010). The purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between interactional justice, a component of organizational justice that has not received enough attention, and three components of job performance: task performance, organizational citizenship behaviors, and counterproductive work behaviors, using a meta-analytic approach. Result and suggestions for future research to continue the examination of interactional justice and job performance are provided.
Copyright 2013 Joshua James Hager
Hager, Joshua James, "Implications of Perceived Interactional Injustice: A Meta-Analytic Approach" (2013). Online Theses and Dissertations. 127.