Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice CONTENIDO: Background: what is organizational justice?. A taxonomy of organizational justice theories -- Organizational justice: past, present, and future -- The social side of justice in organizations -- Perceiving fairness on the job: the role of impression management. How do people manage impressions of organizational justice? -- Looking fair on the job: does it really matter? -- Performance appraisals: evaluating others fairly.
What makes a performance evaluation fair? -- The distributive justice of performance evaluations -- The procedural justice of performance evaluations -- Using diaries to promote fair performance appraisals -- Employee theft and acceptance of a smoking ban. Employee theft as a reaction to underpayment inequity -- Interpersonal deterrents to employee theft -- Promoting acceptance of a work site smoking ban -- Monetary rewards: pay fairness. Comparable worth: Is it fair? -- Reactions to procedurally unfair payment -- Nonmonetary rewards: job titles and the work environment. Equity and workplace status -- Injustice and cognitive re-evaluation of the work environment -- High-status job titles as compensation for underpayment -- Epilogue: Lessons learned and work to be done.