• Psychology
  • Published 2011

It's good to talk: examining the effectiveness of talking as a victim-centred recovery from organizational injustice

@inproceedings{DhensaKahlon2011ItsGT,
  title={It's good to talk: examining the effectiveness of talking as a victim-centred recovery from organizational injustice},
  author={Rashpal K. Dhensa-Kahlon},
  year={2011}
}
The experience of injustice is a ubiquitous reality of organizational life. Whilst extensive research has focused on the "dark side" of individual reactions to an injustice (such as retaliation, sabotage, theft), there has been a paucity of research examining reactions that do not culminate in negative implications for the individual or the organization. This paper seeks to fill this gap by introducing a model of talking as a victim-centered intervention, and asserting propositions that explain… CONTINUE READING