Author: Adeela Shahbaz
Supervisor: Tahira Mubashar
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
The present research aimed to investigate the relationship between organizational justice perception, organizational cynicism perception and turnover intentions in the employees of IT companies of Lahore. It was hypothesized that; (1) there would be relationship in organizational justice, organizational cynicism and turnover intensions in employees of IT companies; (2) organizational justice and organizational cynicism would be predicted turnover intentions in employees of IT companies; and (3) there would be significant difference in organizational justice, organizational cynicism and turnover intentions in employees of national and multinational IT companies of Lahore. A sample of N = 160 employees was selected from national and multinational software houses. Organizational justice scale (Niehoff & Moornan, 1993) and distributive justice index (Price & Muller, 1986) were used to measure organizational justice perception, organizational cynicism scale (Vance & Tuslak, 1991) was employed to measure organizational cynicism perception, and turnover intention scale (Fichman, Jenkins, & Klesh, 1979) was used to assess turnover intentions in employees of IT companies. Pearson product moment correlation, linear regression and independent samples t– test were used to assess relationship, prediction and difference in study variables. Results revealed that organizational justice perception and organizational cynicism perception were negatively correlated with turnover intentions whereas; there was no correlation between organizational justice perception and organizational cynicism perception. Organizational justice perception and organizational cynicism perception were found to be strong predictors of turnover intentions. Results also revealed that organizational justice perception (interactional and procedural justice) was high in national companies IT companies. Moreover, turnover intention was also high in national IT companies as compared to multinational IT companies.
Keywords: Organizational, Perception,Cynicism, Intentions.
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