Justice is a concept equivalent to observing law and rules about any event. This concept is one of the most important facts that people give importance to regardless of their place, location or characteristics. Organizational justice means that organizations or organizations provide or respect justice for any event within themselves. This concept has a character that manifests itself in the working life perspective of the people in their working life. In this study, a questionnaire consisting of two parts is applied in order to examine the organizational justice perceptions of academic staff working in vocational high schools within Adnan Menderes University. The first part uses a scale that measures demographic characteristics and the second part uses the “Organizational Justice Scale de developed by Niehoff and Moorman (1993). The scale consists of 20 questions and the questions were prepared according to the 5-point Likert scale. The study population consists of academic staff working at the vocational schools of Adnan Menderes University. In this context, the perspectives of the academic staff on organizational justice will be examined and the results and recommendations related to the study will be provided.
Organizational Justice, Academic staff, Vocational School.
|Author :||Güliz Müge AKPINAR|
|Number of pages:||386-399|