THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE ON HUMAN RESOURCES SATISFACTION (MODEL OF
The study entitled "The Impact of Organizational Justice on Human Resources Satisfaction (Model of "Sports Federations in the Kingdom of Bahrain")" explores the extent of the impact of organizational justice by knowing the nature of the relationship between the study variables and their extent of association with sports federations in the Kingdom of Bahrain as a model. To reach the goal of the study, the researcher decided to follow the descriptive analytical approach by using a questionnaire that includes the study variables (organizational justice and job satisfaction of human resources) for the study community consisting of (1500) human resources working in the sports federations of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The study sample was selected from the study community, which consists of (288) human resources, or (20%) of the original community size, where Likert scale of five levels was used to answer the questionnaire. The researcher reached a set of results, which consisted of 10 results, the most important of which is (the satisfaction of human resources in sports federations is affected by the level of organizational justice practiced in sports federations in the Kingdom of Bahrain in general and distributive justice in particular), the study also recommended the need of the incentive distribution system to a continuous develop that aims to focus on the efforts of human resources in sports federations in the Kingdom of Bahrain directly and tangibly, and therefore incentives must be linked to the performance of human resources, in addition to other recommendations.
Organizational Justice, Human Resources, Sports Federations.