Effects of Procedural and Distributive Justice on Reactions to Pay Raise Decisions

  title={Effects of Procedural and Distributive Justice on Reactions to Pay Raise Decisions},
  author={Robert Folger and Mary A. Konovsky},
  journal={Academy of Management Journal},
We conducted a survey to examine the impact of distributive and procedural justice on the reactions of 217 employees to decisions about pay raises. Distributive justice accounted for more unique va... 

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