Organisational Justice and Organisational Commitment among Secondary School Teachers
Given the importance of teachers ' understanding of organizational justice and its effect on their organizational commitment, the literature of teachers and schools lacks evidence about the relations between these factors in developing countries. This research seeks to investigate the direct influence of organizational justice on teachers committed to their schools. the study consists of three dimensions of Organizational justice namely: distributive, procedural, and interactional justice as a dependent variables and organizational commitment as an independent variable. The study conducted among eight official secondary schools. However, Stratified random sampling choice depending on the total of teachers at each school, Data Collection Method was using a structured questionnaire by self-administrative. SPSS has analysed the 92 valid surveys. The results indicated there is a positive and significant relationship between Organizational justice dimensions and organizational commitment, distributive justice found highly correlated with organizational commitment. However, the three dimensions of Organizational justice positively and significantly predicted organizational commitment among secondary school teachers. The study could provide some significant literature contributions on the Organizational justice and organizational commitment of secondary school teachers in developing countries.
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