Compensatory justice

Mullen, Elizabeth and Okimoto, Tyler G. (2015). Compensatory justice. In Russell S. Cropanzano and Maureen L. Ambrose (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Justice in the Workplace (pp. 477-496) New York, NY, United States: Oxford Univerisity Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199981410.001.0001

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Author Mullen, Elizabeth
Okimoto, Tyler G.
Title of chapter Compensatory justice
Title of book The Oxford Handbook of Justice in the Workplace
Place of Publication New York, NY, United States
Publisher Oxford Univerisity Press
Publication Year 2015
Sub-type Chapter in reference work, encyclopaedia, manual or handbook
DOI 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199981410.001.0001
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Series Oxford Library of Psychology
ISBN 9780199981410
Editor Russell S. Cropanzano
Maureen L. Ambrose
Chapter number 23
Start page 477
End page 496
Total pages 19
Total chapters 30
Collection year 2016
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Oxford Handbook of Justice in Work Organizations provides a comprehensive review of empirical and conceptual research addressing the vital topic of workplace justice. Justice is everyone’s concern. It plays a critical role in organizational success, as well as promoting the quality of employees’ working lives. For these reasons, understanding the nature of justice has become a prominent goal among scholars of organizational behavior. Reflecting this dynamic and expanding area of research, the chapters are closely integrated in order to provide cutting-edge reviews of such topics as selection, performance management, conflict resolution, diversity management, organizational climate, and other topics valuable for promoting business success. Additionally, the book also discusses all the major conceptual issues, such as interpersonal interaction, emotion, the structure of justice, the motivation for fairness, and cross-cultural considerations in fairness perceptions. As research in organizational justice has proliferated, a need has emerged for scholars to integrate across areas in ways not considered before. The reader will find thorough discussions of legal issues, philosophical concerns, and human decision-making, all of which make this the standard reference book for both established scholars and emerging researchers. Each of the contributors is a major thought leader in the field, who brings a unique perspective on the challenges faced by scholars and practitioners alike.
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