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ISSN: 2047-7031

bmd Business and Management Dynamics bmd
ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  10   Issue 05  2020  
Article Abstract
The Impact of Organizational Justice and Commitment on Employee Performance: A Foundation University Case
Keywords:  Organizational Justice, Organizational Commitment, Job Performance, Employee Performance JEL Classifications: M10, M11
Ismail Erkan CELIK, Phd
Organizational commitment and organizational justice are among the most frequently discussed and researched topics in the business world. The main purpose of this study is to measure how the organizational commitment of employees reflects on their job performance in the light of the perception of organizational justice in the institution. In order to reach these results, the survey method was used and the data were analyzed with the SPSS package program and correlation and regression analysis was examined. The results show that organizational commitment increases at a certain level in a fair working environment, and this situation can affect the job performance of employees both directly and indirectly. In the conclusion part, the findings were discussed and various suggestions were made to administrators and academics.
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