ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND EMPLOYEE’S JOB DISSATISFACTION: A MODERATING ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT

Farwa Muqadas, Ch Abdul Rehman, Usman Aslam

Abstract


This investigation focuses on measuring the perception of
employees regarding organizational justice (OJ) and job
dissatisfaction in the presence of interactive effect of psychological empowerment. The data have been collected from the employees of private universities in Lahore division using cluster sampling through random approach. The results of this investigation reveal that OJ has a negative association with the level of job dissatisfaction in the workplace. Moreover, the moderating role of psychological empowerment has weakened the negative relationship between OJ and the level of job dissatisfaction. There is scant literature found on the relationship between OJ and job dissatisfaction especially in the presence of interactive effect of psychological empowerment in the developed and the developing countries.

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