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Justitie organizationala, satisfactie profesionala si angajament organizational in invatamant

Author(s): Darie, Alcora Iulia

Journal: Romanian Journal of Applied Psychology
ISSN 1454-8062

Volume: 13;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 70;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: organizational justice | job satisfaction | organizational commitment

In the present study, based on a sample of teachers (N = 70) from several educational institutions in Romania, the author examined the relationship among organizational justice, job satisfaction and organizational commitment. The results suggest that the general job satisfaction of teachers is linked with their perceptions of procedural (r = .27), and distributive justice (r = .38). Moreover, significant correlations were found between the perception of organizational justice and two dimensions of organizational commitment. Several relations, such as distributive justice-affective commitment (r = .48), procedural justice-affective commitment (r = .48), interactional justice-affective commitment (r = .47), and interactional justice-continuance commitment (r = .27), present an interesting perspective.
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