The Impact of Organizational Justice on the Workers Performance and Job Satisfaction in the Ministry of Health Hospitals in Amman

  •  Salah Diab    


The purpose of this study is to see if there's an impact of organizational justice on the workers performance and job satisfaction in the Ministry of Health hospitals in Amman, the data for this study were collected through a questionnaire from, 300 workers in different jobs, from three hospitals in the Ministry of Health in Amman, Means, (ANOVA), and, linear regression analysis were used. The results of the study found that there is a positive relationship for the organizational justice dimensions (distributive justice, procedural justice, interactional justice, evolutional justice) on the worker performance, and worker satisfaction in the Hospitals of the Ministry of Health in Amman (MOHHA), separately and combined, also there's a difference in the feelings of organizational justice dimensions between the workers in the (MOHHA) according to demographic variables (Gender, age, marital status, experience, qualifications, and job), also the study found that theirs a very high perception with the organizational justice dimensions between the (MOHHA) workers. The distributive justice was the highest perception, whereas the lowest perception was the interactional justice.

On the light of the study results the following recommendations may be submitted, increased the attention on the humanity aspects and focuses on training, making organizational culture that encourages and develops participation and cooperation between workers and senior management, and other levels of management. The open-door policy must apply the hospitals managers must work to distribute the functions, tasks, and duties in equally, fairs, and applied the formal job description, in addition to developed appropriate rules and regulations for those hospitals in order to save the rights of management, employees, and customers.

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