Conceptualizing Organisational Justice and Work Place Harmony in Organisation


  • Agabe, Nlemaa Aleelo


Organizational justice’ can be understood as having two meanings, one narrow and one general. The narrow meaning refers to particular judgments concerning various types of events, when deciding whether an occurrence is just or unjust, individuals (or groups) ascertain whether or not it is morally appropriate. More generally, the term ‘organizational justice’ can also refer to scholarly literature. That is, it refers to a body of knowledge about these fairness evaluations, including such topics as how they are formulated, their dimensional structure, and their individual- and group-level effects. Organizational justice is a personal evaluation about the ethical and moral standing of managerial conduct. The implication is that producing justice at the workplace requires that management should take the perspective of an employee Cropanzano et al (2017).




How to Cite

Nlemaa Aleelo, A. (2024). Conceptualizing Organisational Justice and Work Place Harmony in Organisation. BW Academic Journal. Retrieved from