chapter  6
Research Methodology
Pages 20

Organizational leaders often struggle to establish and sustain a trusting culture in times of constant changes in job roles, corporate globalization, global competition, technological advancement, strategic change, and unethical behavior by corporate leadership. Organizational justice theory provides a means with which to explain and better understand employees’ perceptions of trust, fairness, and the management of change within the context of strategic change. Empirical studies over the past three decades have confirmed the link between constructs of organizational justice and certain outcomes valued as important by organizations, and the processes yielding the results. However, prior research illustrates how organizational justice perceptions within the same business unit differ considerably depending upon whether one is a manager or not.