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Impact of Organizational Justice on Job Satisfaction of Employees in Banking Sector of Pakistan

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The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between organizational justice and employee job satisfaction. Privatize banks (ABL, UBL, SCB, Kasahf, Alfalah) were selected for the study and a questionnaire were distributed among the 100 bank employees. A total of 53 questionnaires were received back with a response rate of 53 %. The results showed that distributive justice has positive and significant impact on job satisfaction. The analysis also revealed that procedural justice has significant negative relationship with job satisfaction. Practical level of organizational justice can be enhanced the level of job satisfaction.

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  • Organizational justice
  • Procedural justice
  • Distributive justice
  • Banking employees

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Akram, M.U., Hashim, M., Akram, Z. (2015). Impact of Organizational Justice on Job Satisfaction of Employees in Banking Sector of Pakistan. In: Xu, J., Nickel, S., Machado, V., Hajiyev, A. (eds) Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 362. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-47241-5_65

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