Document Type : Original Article
B.Sc. in Nursing Administration, Faculty of Nursing, Ain Shams University
Professor of Nursing Administration, Faculty of Nursing, Ain Shams University
Lecturer of Nursing Administration Faculty of Nursing, Ain Shams University
Background: Organizational justice and Organizational commitment are very
significant for ensuring sustained productivity from the employee of an organization.
Aim of the study: the study was aimed to finding out the relationship between the
organizational justice and organizational commitment among staff nurses'. This study, in
addition to identifying the different dimensions of organizational justice and discovering
the relationship between these dimensions and organizational commitment, is closely
related to the strength and weakness of justice components. Setting: The study was
conducted at El agouza Hospital. Research design: a descriptive correlational design.
Subjects: (130) staff nurses. Tools: the data were collected using two tools self –
administered named organizational justice scale and organizational commitment
questionnaire. Results: The study findings revealed positive correlations among the total
scores as well as among certain types of organizational justice and commitment.
Conclusion: The study finding indicated that there was a strongly statistically
significant, positive correlation between total organizational justice and total
organizational commitment. Also there were no statistically significant relations
between total organizational justice and total organizational commitment and personal
characteristics. Recommendations: The nursing and hospital leaders should foster staff
nurses perception of organizational justice and commitment through a fair distribution of
workload and a clear reward system.