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|Title:||PERCEPTION OF PROCEDURAL JUSTICE ON ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT OF SURVIVORS' OF LAYOFFS IN SELECTED ORGANISATIONS IN GHANA|
Kwakye-Nuako, C. O.
|Publisher:||ARF Publication Sourcing, Islamabad, Pakistan.|
|Series/Report no.:||Vol. 22;Issue 1|
|Abstract:||This research examined how perception of procedural justice relates to organisational commitment of survivors of layoffs. It also examined the effects of locus of control and self esteem on perception of procedural justice. Two hundred and nineteen (219) participants (Survivors of layoffs) were made to complete survey items on perceived procedural justice, locus of control, self-esteem and organisational commitment. Pearson Product- Moment correlation, Hierarchical Multiple regression and independent t- test analysis of results revealed that perceived procedural justice was significantly positively related to affective commitment but did not relate to normative and continuance commitment. Internals were also found to perceive significantly higher procedural justice than externals and finally, self-esteem positively predicted procedural justice. The findings of the current study have practical implications for managing downsizing in organisations. These implications have been discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Allied Health Sciences|
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