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Mediating Effects of Perceived Justice between Compensation Communication and Job Satisfaction
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Mediating Effects of Perceived Justice between Compensation Communication and Job Satisfaction
Agbanyo, Solomon; Lee, Jeong Eon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate whether there is a statistical relationship between compensation communication and job satisfaction. The empirical study indicates that there is a positive relationship between compensation communication and organizational justice. The results suggest that employees` fairness perception is enhanced when information about compensation is relevant, accurate, and timely. Furthermore, the statistical results proved that a significant positive relationship exists between organizational justice and job satisfaction. The findings of this study reveal that when employees understand how their compensation is determined and allocated, they feel more fairly treated. The research enhances past studies by utilizing the most widely accepted measure of job satisfaction dimensions, as well as all measures of organizational justice.
 Keywords
Perceived Justice;Compensation Communication;Job Satisfaction;Mediating Effect;
 Language
English
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