Procedural fairness, outcome favorability, and judgments of an authority's responsibility.

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Fairness theory (R. Folger & R. Cropanzano, 1998, 2001) postulates that, particularly in the face of unfavorable outcomes, employees judge an organizational authority to be more responsible for their outcomes when the authority exhibits lower procedural fairness. Three studies lent empirical support to this notion. Furthermore, 2 of the studies showed that… (More)

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@article{Brockner2007ProceduralFO, title={Procedural fairness, outcome favorability, and judgments of an authority's responsibility.}, author={Joel Brockner and Ariel Y Fishman and Jochen Matthias Reb and Barry D Goldman and Scott Spiegel and Charlee Garden}, journal={The Journal of applied psychology}, year={2007}, volume={92 6}, pages={1657-71} }