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Does Trust Matter? The Relationship between Equity Sensitivity and Perceived Organizational Justice

Jill Kickul, Lisa K. Gundry and Margaret Posig
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 56, No. 3 (Feb., 2005), pp. 205-218
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25123426
Page Count: 14
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Does Trust Matter? The Relationship between Equity Sensitivity and Perceived Organizational Justice
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Abstract

The present research study was designed to extend our knowledge about issues of relevance for business ethics by examining the role of equity sensitivity and perceived organizational trust on employees' perceptions of procedural and interactional justice. A model was developed and tested, and results revealed that organizational trust and respect mediated the relationship between an employee's equity sensitivity and perceptions of procedural, interactional, and social accounts fairness. A discussion of issues related to perceptions of trust and fairness is presented, as well as recommendations for leaders and future scholarship.

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