Inclusion, organisational justice and employee well-being

Le Huong, Connie Zheng, Yuka Fujimoto
  • International Journal of Manpower, September 2016, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/ijm-12-2015-0212

What is it about?

This paper examines the relationship between employee perceived well-being. The results support the established view that organisational justice is associated with employee well-being. Specifically, informational justice has the strongest influence on tourism employee well-being, followed by procedural justice, interpersonal justice and distributive justice.

Perspectives

Dr Huong Le
Deakin University

I really like this publication as it shows the link between justice and employee well-being within the context of a diverse workforce. The paper provides practical implications for managers to increase levels of organisational justice in the tourism sector such as workgroup interactions, a consultation process, team culture and social support.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/ijm-12-2015-0212

The following have contributed to this page: Dr Connie Zheng and Dr Huong Le