Models for Leading with Organizational Justice: Equitable Management of the Human Resource in Diverse Environments
A framework for organizational justice can be used to understand how individuals within organizations respond to a variety of human resource practices and also can be used prescriptively in designing the procedures and enactment of such human resource practices. This study assesses the impact of organizational justice on job performance and job satisfaction of unskilled expatriate employees in the Arabian Gulf region. The paper investigates the impact of demographic variables such as nationality of workers and multicultural factors on organizational justice. Organizational justice measures developed by Niehoff and Moorman (1993) were utilized to test their impact on job performance and job satisfaction. The paper further explores various organizational models in order to identify the most suitable model for organizational justice in the region.
||Organization, Justice, Human Resource, Diversity, Multiculturalism
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp.65-70.
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Lecturer, Programme Director, Institute of Engineering, The British University in Dubai, Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dr Kasim Randeree is a Lecturer at The British University in Dubai and Visiting Lecturer to The University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. He is the Programme Director for the Master of Science degree in Project Management at The British University in Dubai.
Dr Randeree has an academic career spanning the past 15 years, with experience both in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. He is dedicated to the development of contemporary Middle Eastern society and has worked in the past at the United Arab Emirates University in Al Ain, The American University in Dubai as well as conducting research across parts of the Arabian Gulf and North Africa.
Dr Randeree is Associate Editor to five international journal publications and is a Member of the Association of Project Managers and the Institute for Leadership and Management. His research interests are in leadership, organisational development and theory as well as in project management. His particular interests in Emiratisation, the role of Emirati women, multiculturalism and diversity in the UAE, the advancement of management education in the Middle East and Islamic perspectives on leadership and management, have brought him numerous accolades and supporting publications both internationally and across the region.
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