Cooperative Extension Service administrators on the federal, state, regional, district, and county level will be challenged in the coming years to provide leadership as their organizations are defined in a changing society. Recognizing and implementing strategies to ensure positive perceptions of organizational justice will reap tremendous rewards in the form of increased satisfaction, commitment, trust, and citizenship. At the same time, positive perceptions of justice will reduce employee turnover and workplace aggression issues. This article defines organizational justice, including its four constructs; raises the importance of the issue; and offers strategies to address fairness/justice in the workplace.
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Schmiesing, R. J., & Safrit, R. (2006). Is There Justice? Seeking Fairness in Cooperative Extension Programs During Times of Change. The Journal of Extension, 44(2), Article 2. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol44/iss2/2