International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics (IJAME)

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TitleORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING OF POLICE EMPLOYEES: A RELATIONSHIP STUDY
AuthorREKHA RANI
AbstractAbstract This study examines the effect of perceived organizational justice on psychological wellbeing (life satisfaction) of police employees. The sample comprised of 200 police employees. The results obtained from Pearson r and Stepwise Multiple Regression Analyses suggest that perceived organizational justice has positive relationship with psychological wellbeing, and the components of organizational justice (distributive Justice, procedural Justice and interactional Justice) are the strong predictors of the components of psychological wellbeing (autonomy, environmental mastery, personal growth, positive relationships with others, purpose in life and self-accepted). The findings support the nascent view that work is central to an individual’s life and perceived fairness dramatically leads to employees’ psychological wellbeing (life satisfaction) which makes an employee more competent to face the existential challenges of life.
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