The Effects of Leadership Style on Employee’s Perception of Justice: The Role of Employee’s Participation
The present research examines the effect of leadership style (classical, transactional, transformational, and dynamic) and employee’s participation on employee’s perception of justice (distributive, procedural, and interactional justice). It is proposed that different leadership styles are expected to display different effects on employee’s participation and perceptions of justice. Moreover, employee’s participation in decision making process is predicated to positively influence his/her perception of justice.
Lau, Elaine K. W. (2010). The Effects of Leadership Style on Employee’s Perception of Justice: The Role of Employee’s Participation. Ed. Sriram Narayanan. Proc. of 41st Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting 2010, 20-23 November, San Diego, CA. DSI, Atlanta, GA. 2010. 1251-1256. Print.
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This is a published conference paper, delivered at the 41st Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting on November 20-23, 2010 in San Diego, CA. Copyright © 2010 the author. All rights reserved.