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Available Online: http://saspjournals.com/sjebm 519 Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management e-ISSN 2348-5302 Nida Syed et al .; Sch J Econ Bus Manag, 2015; 2(5B):519-522 p-ISSN 2348-8875 © SAS Publishers (Scholars Academic and Scientific Publishers) (An International Publisher for Academic and Scientific Resources) The impact of organizational Justice on job burnout Arfa Saeed 1, Nida Syed 2 , Faria Rabbi 3 , Muhammad Farrukh 4 1 Bahddin Zakarya University, Sahiwal campus, Pakistan 2 Govt.College University, Faisalabad, Sahiwal campus, Pakistan 3,4 SEGi University, Malaysia *Corresponding Author Muhammad Farrukh Email: [email protected] Abstract: The motive of this research is to scrutinize the relationship between organizational justice (procedural justice, distributive justice and interactional justice) and job burnout among the employees working in public sector organizations in twin cities of Pakistan ( Islamabad & Rawalpindi ). Out of 150 questionnaires 120 questionnaires were received back. The normality of the data was demonstrated by using Kolmogorov-Smirinov. Pearson and Spearman correlation tests are used to recognize the relationship between the variables of the study. The outcome of the study shows a negative relationship between organizational justice and job burnout. Keywords: organizational justice, Kolmogorov-Smirinov, Pearson and Spearman correlation tests. INTRODUCTION Organizational justice has transpired as a new psychosocial predictor of health at work[1] Evidence advocates that employees who discern organizational injustice experience negative feelings and mental distress[2]. Job burnout is a person's acknowledgement to stressful interpersonal factors at workplace in which Job incumbents' more contact with others would cause changes appear in their attitudes and behaviors. The ones with job burnout not just confront difficulties, but outcome in difficulties materialize for others, putting others' mental health and performance in peril. The main objective is to administrate the organization and create a justice between employees. Manager should perpetuate upright rules for each worker. The deportment of the manager with the employees should be equal in reward system, promotion, supervision, hiring and appointments[3]. If there is a justice in organization then the employees learn and feel rules and regulations, procedures and policies more expeditiously[4]. The studies have enlighten that the justice processes play a major role in the organization, i.e. this relates to how to deport with individuals within organizations to influence beliefs, attitudes, feelings and behavior of employees. Stress is very salient to make the staff agile, studies displays that the work which is done in stress gives us more fruitful results. But distress declines the efficiency and effectiveness of employees. Sometimes work-related strain also has negative effect on employee’s occupational behavior. Giving stress to the employees results as job burnout. This is the crucial issue with the employees[5]. Previous researches shows
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