Procedural justice is generally thought of as a unidimensional construct. In this article, NA. Regression results from a study of one organization in Turkey support this distinction. Due process characteristics and employee characteristics were differentially related to two dimensions of procedural justice. Specifically, perceived validity of performance criteria, knowledge of performance criteria, and organizational level of employees were related to system procedural justice, whereas perceived performance feedback and fair hearing were each positively related to rater procedural justice.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Applied Psychology