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Organizational Justice Perceptions in the Process of Nominations to Training Programs

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 52 Issue 2

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: M. Srimannarayana | Author(s) Affiliation: XLRI, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India.
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Abstract

This study assesses the extent of organizational justice perceptions of employees in the nomination process to training programs. The sample consisted of 150 executives working in different organizations in India. It was found that there was favorable justice perception among the respondents in the training nomination process. The construct of interpersonal justice was predominately associated with training nominations. Levels of management in their organizational hierarchy and their experience were associated with justice perception. There were no significant differences in justice perception of executives based on their nominations to functional or behavioral programs, duration of the programs and in-house or outstation programs. There was positive correlation between perception of organizational justice and training outcomes such as satisfaction with training.

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