Justice theroy and intention to quit: a case study of IT/ITES and BFSI employees in India
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The debate of fair treatment and justice originates from the notion of social justice. Even though fair treatment may be implemented in the organizations, the employees may perceive that they are not being treated fairly by their employers. This paper analyzes the impact of perceptions of distributive and procedural justice on intention to quit among employees from IT/ITES and BFSI sector. Primary data was collected from 401 employees by using a mailed questionnaire for data collection. The results indicate that both procedural and distributive justice have significant effect on employee's intention to quit.
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