The Effect of Organizational Justice Dimensions on Nurses' Job Performance
Sima Jafari, Peyman Cheraghi
This paper aims to study the effect of organizational justice on nurses' job performance: “the moderator role of organizational ethical climate and affective commitment”. In addition, this research has studied the moderator role of organizational ethical climate and affective commitment. The statistical population of the research consists of 10 hospitals’ nurses and the minimum sample size was estimated by Sample Power SPSS software. The sampling method is cluster sampling. The data collection tool is questionnaire and Likert measurement scale. SPSS and SmarsPLS3 software were used to analyze the data. The results revealed that each 3 dimensions of organizational justice have a significant positive effect on nurses’ job performance. Besides, research findings showed that increasing organizational ethical climate increases the effect of procedural justice on nurses’ job performance.