Employee perceptions of fair treatment.
The measuring of employee's perceptions of fair treatment by an organization and relating these perceptions to absenteeism and turnover enables professional personnel and industrial relations people to expand their roles in developing more effective organizations. The results of such a questionnaire in 19 separate departments of a large metropolitan service organization are presented. As predicted, departments where employees felt they had received fair treatment by the organization and their supervisors had lower levels of absenteeism and turnover than those whose employees perceived that they had received unfair treatment.
Oct 1976, 55 (10)
|Main Author:||Carrell, Michael R.|
|Other Authors:||Dittrich, John E.|
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