ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, TURNOVER INTENTION AND EMPLOYEES JOB PERFORMANCE – A CO-RELATION STUDY
This research examines the relationship between the facets of organizational justice namely as distributive justice and procedural justice on turnover intention and its influence of job performance among the Information Technology employees. The social exchange theory is reviewed in this research as the theoretical perspectives which guide the development of hypotheses. 100 Information Technology employees were selected and surveyed from the Information Technology industry in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Using the SPSS packages, the collected data are analysed. This research found a statistically significant relationship between distributive justice, procedural justice and employee turnover intention and also the effect of job performance among Information Technology employees. The findings of this study offer a constructive contribution to the understanding of psychological processes of job satisfaction. The implications of the findings are discussed in details in the study and constructive recommendations are proffered for future researchers.
Job Performance, Distributive Justice, Procedural Justice, Turnover Intention and Employees