Impact Of Procedural And Distributive Justice On Organisational Commitment: A Case Study Of Banking Sector Of Islamabad, Pakistan
Author: Chaudhry Abdul Rauf

This study examines the impact of procedural and distributive justice on commitment. Both the factors of organisational commitment (procedural and distributive justice) are considered as an important determinant of organizational commitment. To measure this impact data was collected from the employees of both private and public banking sectors of Islamabad. The data is generated on the basis of questionnaire through which employees responses were administered. The results obtained showed that procedural and distributive justice not only has the positive but the significant impact on the organizational commitment. These results confirmed the validity of other studies on the same topic. These results could be useful for the organizations seeking the commitment from their employees. Supervisor:- Dr. Usman Mustafa

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Keywords : Banking Sector, Islamabad, Pakistan, Procedural And Distributive Justice
Supervisor: Usman Mustafa

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