Interactional Justice and Subjective Well-Being: A Contemporary Approach to Justice at Work Places
1Anjali Sahai and Dr. Mamata Mahapatra
Organizations that include employees in the decision-making processes regarding its procedures increases their perceptions of Justice. Interactional Justice is the quality of interpersonal treatment people receive and that it has been reported that well designed systems that promote interactional Justice benefits both individuals and Organizations. Subjective Well-Being (SWB) on the other hand is the cognitive and affective evaluations related with people and their lives. For the purpose of current study, the Interactional Justice was measured through a scale developed by Moorman, Blakely & Niehoff (1998) and Subjective Well Being through scale developed by Ed Diener (2004). The subscales of Subjective Well Being were Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS), Scale of Positive and Negative Experience (SPANE) and Flourishing Scale (FS). Findings indicate significant positive relationship between Interactional Justice and Subjective Well Being of employees.
Interactional Justice, Subjective Wellbeing, Positive Affect, Negative Affect.