Organizational Justice and Its Impact on Organizational Commitment in the General Administration of Customs in the State of Kuwait
- Mohammad S. A. Zamanan
- Marzouq Ayed Al-Qa’eed
- Mohammad Abed Al-Kareem Al-Raqad
This study aimed to identify organizational justice and its impact on organizational commitment in the General Administration of Customs in the State of Kuwait. The study population consists of workers in the General Administration of Customs in the State of Kuwait, who are (5000) employees. An appropriate sample of 150 people was drawn to distribute the study questionnaire to them, and 111 questionnaires valid for analysis were retrieved.
It is found that there is statistically significant effect at the level of significance (α≤0.05) for organizational justice with its combined dimensions (Procedural Justice, Distributive Justice and Interactional Justice) on the organizational commitment in the General Administration of Customs in the State of Kuwait.
According to these results the researcher suggested: - The necessity of senior management commitment to the dimensions of organizational justice in order to raise the level of job commitment to the highest degree.- Because there is a relationship between justice and commitment and being direct, therefore, it can be strengthened by showing the interest of different departments in strengthening the values of justice by satisfying the needs and desires of workers and reducing obstacles and obstacles impeding the achievement of their goals.
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