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Organizational equity perceptions, employee job satisfaction, and departmental absence and turnover rates



Organizational equity perceptions, employee job satisfaction, and departmental absence and turnover rates



Organizational Behavior and Human Performance 24(1): 29-40



Employee job satisfaction and perceptions of equitable treatment have been the topics of a great amount of behavioral research. Several theorists have suggested that one or the other may be related to organizational behaviors of employees such as absence and/or turnover. This longitudinal study examines the association of the two constructs, and, in a field setting, compares them as separate variables relating to absence and turnover. Employee perceptions of equitable treatment were found to be stronger predictors of absence and turnover than were job satisfaction variables.

Accession: 046882119

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DOI: 10.1016/0030-5073(79)90013-8


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