INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR IN ACADEMIC PUBLIC HOSPITALS OF SHIRAZ
Sara Soltani Sarvestani, *Somayeh Hessam and Abbas Yazdanpanah
Organizational citizenship behavior is a collection of voluntary and optional behaviors which are not parts of formal obligations of the person and place personnel on a condition to act completely voluntary beyond the expectations of obligation and description of their jobs. Meantime, perception of employees about rightfulness of payments and equality in organizational procedures and fairness of interpersonal behaviors in organization has an important role in encouragement and development of organizational citizenship behavior. Organizational justice means that we act to employees in which way to feel that they are behaved justly and includes perception of fairness related to payments and equality in organizational approaches and rightness of interpersonal behaviors in organization. Organizational justice can have an important role on development and correction of organizational citizenship behaviors. This study has investigated the effect of organizational justice on organizational citizenship behaviors of employees related to academic and public hospitals of Shiraz. Samples of this investigation were 260 people of employees which were chosen by taxonomic and random sampling and have completed the questionnaires. Results of Pearson correlation coefficients represent that there are relations only between organizational justice and deontology in Faghihi and Namazi hospitals and aspects of altruism, citizenship perfection and politeness with organizational justice have become meaningful only for Namazi hospital. So, to responding the sixth hypothesis, we can only do the meaningfulness of difference test between correlation coefficients of organizational justice and deontology in Namazi and Faghihi hospitals.
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