Title: Employees' perceptions of trust using an organisational justice framework in a media organisation in Cyprus
Authors: Marcos Komodromos
Addresses: Department of Communications, School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, University of Nicosia, 46 Makedonitissis Str., 1700 Egkomi, Cyprus
Abstract: This paper examines how an organisational justice framework can be used to explore employees' perceptions of trust during a period of strategic change in a privately-owned media organisation based in Cyprus. A multiple-case study research design was used and data were collected through multiple sources, including in-depth individual interviews and subject matter expert reviews and reflections. Relying on in-depth case study data from eight non-managerial employees, selected through purposive sampling, the paper conceptualises employees' perceptions of trust during a period of strategic change in a media organisation, using an organisational justice framework, and identifies several important challenges to overcome to enable organisations to build more effective strategies. The results of this study contribute to a richer understanding of employees' perceptions of trust, using an organisational justice framework within a media organisation in Cyprus. Following, the study contributes to existing knowledge regarding the management of change within the organisational justice literature.
Keywords: organisational justice; employee perceptions; preceived trust; change management; organisational change; media organisations; Cyprus; case study.
International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 2014 Vol.5 No.2, pp.158 - 174
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