Review of Relationship between Intellectual Capital and Organizational Justice

Nour-Mohammad Yaghoubi, Habibollah Salarzehi, Jamshid Moloudi, Esmaeil Yaghoubi

Abstract


The study was planned to ascertain the relationship between intellectual capital and organizational justice. In present research the sample size consists of 141 employees (49 women and 92 men) that were selected at random from East Azerbaijan Documents and realty organization and East Azerbaijan biographic organization of Tabriz in Iran. Organizational justice and Bontis intellectual capital questionnaires were applied to collect the data. Pearson correlation coefficient, Enter regression was used to analyze the data. The results illustrated that there is positive significant correlation between the mean scores of organizational justice and intellectual capital dimensions namely human capital, costumer capital and structural capital and total scores of social capital (p<0.01). The results of Enter regression showed that predictor variables significantly (human capital and customer capital) have determined 62.5 % of the variance of organizational justice together. But other variable did not predict the intellectual capital. The results of present study reveal that we should pay specific attention to percept and improve intellectual capital and organizational justice, because both are essential for all organizations.

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