Influence of organisational justice on intention to stay of IT professionals
by Arti Gupta; Vrijendra Singh
International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management (IJICBM), Vol. 17, No. 4, 2018

Abstract: The objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between distributive, procedural, interactional justice and IT professionals' intention to stay in the organisation. The outcomes propose that the perceived fairness in interpersonal treatment may impact employee's intention to stay more than the distribution of organisational rewards and fairness of organisational procedures. This information could be used by managers to manage the level of interactional justice to enhance employee's intention to stay and to improve other by-products of workforce shortage. This study supports the findings of previous researches but also identifies some of the contrary results. IT sector has peculiarly large percentage of employees below the age of 35 years and since the percentage of this population in the workforce is rising, so these results may be applicable to other organisational settings as well.

Online publication date: Mon, 08-Oct-2018

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