Impact of Organizational Justice Dimensions of Employees Performance in Higher Educational Context
The study aimed to examine the influence of the organizational justice dimensions on the employees’ performance by analyzing views of faculty members from higher educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan. Organizational justice from different dimensions has been widely explored in a different context however, limited research is available in the education context in KP, Pakistan. The study aimed to explore relationships between the organizational justice dimensions like the allocation of rewards/resources (distributive justice), impartiality in procedures (procedural justice), the fair interaction (interactional justice), and employees' performance. The “cross-sectional research design was used” to collect data from faculty members through a questionnaire and analyzed by using the statistical procedures. The results provide significant information about the effect of justice dimensions on employees’ performance. Some recommendations have been extracted from results offered to the policymakers of higher institutions supported by some practical implications to the future researchers.