THE EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE ON ORGANIZATIONAL REPUTATION: EMPIRICAL INSIGHTS FROM THE PHARMACEUTICAL CONTEXT
Purpose: This study aimed to identify the effect of applying organizational justice on organizational reputation from the perspective of workers in the pharmaceutical industry in Jordan. Methodology: The study population consisted of 51,000 workers in the pharmaceutical industry, and the sampling and analysis unit consisted of administrative employees with different job titles (11,555). Accordingly, a simple random sample of 387 employees was selected. Findings: The study's findings showed that the aforementioned industry conducts significant organizational justice and has a high level of organizational reputation for this sector from the point of view of its employees. The study also found that there is an effect of the practice of organizational justice on organizational reputation from the viewpoint of workers in the pharmaceutical industry in Jordan. Originality/value: This research examined the impact of organizational justice with its four types (procedural, evaluative, moral, and distributive) on organizational reputation in the pharmaceutical industry, as the four types of organizational justice had not been studied before. Each has been examined individually to see how it affects organizational reputation, which has enriched scientific research in this area.
"Organizational Justice", "Organizational Reputation", Pharmaceutical industries, Jordan.