Claiming in the name of fairness: organizational justice and the decision to file for workplace injury compensation.

@article{Roberts2001ClaimingIT,
  title={Claiming in the name of fairness: organizational justice and the decision to file for workplace injury compensation.},
  author={Kade D Roberts and Karen S. Markel},
  journal={Journal of occupational health psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={332-47}
}
This article explored the relationship among injured workers' perceptions of workplace justice (i.e., distributive, interactional, and procedural), perceptions of employers' disability-related policies, and the decision to file a workers' compensation claim. Using a 2-wave sample of 1,077 workers with repetitive motion injuries, the authors tested a structural equation model. Results revealed that Time 1 interactional justice was negatively related to filing a claim, whereas Time 1 distributive… CONTINUE READING

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