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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 6341-6348

Impact of Procedural Justice on Job satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Turnover Intension of Faculty: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan

Zia ur Rehman, Saima Batool, Sirajud Din, Shumaila Hashim.


The main objective of this study were to see the impact of procedural justice on employee’s outcome (i.e job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention). For the said purpose data was collected from the faculty of Gomal University D.I.Khan. The researcher collected the data through the tool of questionnaires. 165 questionnaires along with covering letter which explained the purpose of the research were distributed. The responses were recorded on 5 point likert scale1 represented (strongly agree) and 5 (strongly disagree). Data was analyzed through ‘Statistical Package for Social Science’ (SPSS 17). Correlation and regression were employed foranalyzing the data. The result shows that there is a significant impact of procedural justice on job satisfaction andorganizational commitment and very low impact on turnover intention. Therefore this study recommend for employers to decide and know the proper selection and retention of qualified individual as employees, increase their loyalty towards an organization and their work, decrease the level of quitting from an organization and flourish the performance of the employees.

Key words: Procedural Justice, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Turnover Intension

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