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Yaghoubi M, Saghaian Nejad S, Abolghasem Gorji H, Norozi M, Rezaie F. Organizational Justice, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in the Hospital Staffs Medical University of Isfahan (MUI) . jha. 2009; 12 (35) :25-32
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-367-en.html

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Introduction: Implementing justice is a basic and nature need for human being. That always pro- vided affordable back point for human development. Justice theories has developed parallel human Societies and moved from philosophy theories and religions to experimental researches. Organi- zational Justice is a predictor for many variables in organization Including organizational com- mitment, its dimension, and Job satisfaction. This study was aimed to review the relation between organizational Justice, Job satisfaction, and organizational commitment in the hospital staffs of MUI.

Methods: This is a descriptive, relationship study the research sample is staffs of selected hospital in MUI. Data are collected through a questionnaire and analyzed using SPSS soft ware. 

Results: The mean and standard deviation of organizational justice score were (3/45+1/1), or- ganizational commitment (3/05+1) and job satisfaction (303+0/7).There was a statistical relation between organizational justice and organization commitment and between organizational justice and job satisfaction.

Conclusion: Justice is a basic need for human being. Today’s importance of justice in organizations and social life is evident. So the organizations must be start research about this concept.

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Received: 2009/06/29

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