GENDER AS A CORRELATE OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE PERCEPTION-AN EMPIRICAL STUDY AMONG INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS

Abstract
This research work has explored perceptual differences between men and women towards the three dimensions of organizational justice (distributive, procedural and interactional justice) and also the relative importance given by men and women towards the dimensions of justice. With categorization of gender as male and female and stereotypical behavior patterns and roles attached to each category, the categorical differences in gender with its associated qualities lends for perceptual differences. The sample taken up for the study are professionals employed in the Information Technology industry in Coimbatore district of Tamilnadu state. The sample size is 173. Data was analyzed by Correlation and Pair wise comparison in Anova using SPSS 23. The results have confirmed gender as a correlate for justice perception and female employees were found to hold high importance for all the three dimensions of organizational justice in comparison with their male counterparts.

Authors
R Uma
NIFT TEA College of Knitwear Fashion, India

Keywords
Distributive Justice, Gender, Interactional Justice, Organizational Justice, Procedural Justice
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Management Studies
( Volume: 8 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
May 2022
DOI :

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