The Importance of Organizational Justice
Organizational Justice occurs with: Fair Rewards; Everyone Being Heard; Ethical Practices; and Things Done Best.
Organizational justice occurs when we feel as though things have been "right" in our organization, for the good of as many people as possible. It's a powerful motivating force, and we can lose our morale when we feel like something is done that is unfair or unjust. Even worse, the perception of unfairness makes supervisors, managers, and leaders appear incompetent, lazy, or like they just don't care about their employees.