TITLE

THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PERCEIVED REWARD SYSTEM FAIRNESS AND POLITICAL VICTIMIZATION, HAVING A SKILLFUL SUPERVISOR, AND CONFIDENCE IN TRAINING ADEQUACY

AUTHOR(S)
Tansky, Judith W.; Miceli, Marcia P.
PUB. DATE
August 1992
SOURCE
Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1992, p316
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Proceeding
ABSTRACT
Using survey data from nearly 16,000 federal employees, we tested predictions concerning employee reactions to reward systems. Perceived reward system fairness was predicted by perceived reward instrumentality, political victimization, having a skillful supervisor, confidence in training adequacy, employee voice in performance appraisal standards, and other variables.
ACCESSION #
17516100

 

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