Effects of Organizational Justice on Organizational Climate and Organizational Performance in Ecology Industry

Ling-Chuan Huang, Ming Gao, Ping-Fu Hsu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 107, Pages: 237-241, Article No: e107077


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Along with more efficient network economy, global competition is accelerating and becomes fierce. A leader’s application of management practice to enhance employees’ skills and motivation would benefit an organization continuously maintaining the competitive advantage. Employees would present positive attitudes towards the job and the supervisors when they perceive the fair treatment from the enterprise. Aiming at ecology industry employees in Hsinchu Science Park, total 360 copies of questionnaire are distributed, and 237 valid copies are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 66%. The research results show the positive relations between 1.organizational justice and organizational climate, 2.organizational climate and organizational performance, and 3.organizational justice and organizational performance. According to the results, suggestions are proposed, expecting to assist ecology industry businesses in fully utilizing human resources in the organization and leading the enterprise to the sustainable development.


ecology industry, organizational justice, organizational climate, organizational performance


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