The Quest for Justice on the Job

The Quest for Justice on the Job : Essays and Experiments

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The basic concepts of justice in the workplace are introduced and discussed in this book. Using a variety of methods including questionnaires, laboratory studies and field experiments, issues such as impression management, performance appraisals, employee theft and compliance, and monetary and nonmonetary rewards are highlighted.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 240 pages
  • 154 x 228 x 34mm | 821.02g
  • SAGE Publications Inc
  • Thousand Oaks, United States
  • English
  • New
  • 0803959672
  • 9780803959675

Table of contents

PART ONE: BACKGROUND: WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE?A Taxonomy of Organizational Justice TheoriesOrganizational Justice Past, Present, and FutureThe Social Side of Justice in OrganizationsPART TWO: PERCEIVING FAIRNESS ON THE JOB: THE ROLE OF IMPRESSION MANAGEMENTHow Do People Manage Impressions of Organizational Justice?Looking Fair on the Job Does It Really Matter?PART THREE: PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS: EVALUATING OTHERS FAIRLYWhat Makes a Performance Evaluation Fair?The Distributive Justice of Performance EvaluationsThe Procedural Justice of Performance EvaluationsUsing Diaries to Promote Fair Performance AppraisalsPART FOUR: EMPLOYEE THEFT AND ACCEPTANCE OF A SMOKING BANEmployee Theft as a Reaction to Underpayment InequityInterpersonal Deterrents to Employee TheftPromoting Acceptance of a Work Site Smoking BanPART FIVE: MONETARY REWARDS: PAY FAIRNESSComparable Worth Is It Fair?Reactions to Procedurally Unfair PaymentPART SIX: NONMONETARY REWARDS: JOB TITLES AND THE WORK ENVIRONMENTEquity and Workplace StatusInjustice and Cognitive Re-Evaluation of the Work EnvironmentHigh-Status Job Titles as Compensation for UnderpaymentEpilogue Lessons Learned and Work to Be Doneshow more