Organizational Justice and Work Engagement among Staff Nursesmahmoud, dr rabab ; abd rabou, dr hanaa
AbstractIntroduction: Application of fairness or justice is one of the main principle issues for shaping positive behaviors and attitudes of employees toward their organization and increases their engagement to their work. Aim : this study aimed to investigate the relationship between perceived organizational justice and work engagement among staff nurses. Design: correlational design was used. Setting: this study was conducted at Ain Shams university hospitals. Subjects: 243 staff nurses were included in the study. Tools of data collection: Organizational Justice Scale and Utrecht Work Engagement Scale were used to collect data for this study. Results: more than half of staff nurses had moderate perception level regarding organizational justice and its dimensions, also majority of staff nurses had high level of total work engagement. Conclusion: There was statistically significant positive correlation between staff nurses perception regarding organizational justice and work engagement .Recommendations: organizations have to map out strategies for enhancing organizational justice and create inspirational work environment
|Issue Date||Apr-2017||Publisher||Hanaa ,M.Abdrabou||Conference||Ninth International Conference of the Faculty of Nursing, Helwan University||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/123456789/168675|
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