Effect of Organizational Justice and Organizational Environment on Turn-Over Intention of Health Workers in Ekiti State, Nigeria

Ademola B. Owolabi

Abstract


This study investigated the effect of organizational justice and organizational environment on turn-over intention of health workers in Ekiti State, Nigeria. A total of two hundred respondents were used for the study. It comprises one hundred and two females and ninety-eight males. These respondents were drawn from three health organizations in in ekiti state. Organizational justice was measured using Organizational Justice Scale developed by Niehoff and Moornan (1993), organizational environment was measured by using Basic Psychological Needs Scale (BPNS) developed by Deci and Ryon (2000) while turnover intention was measure using Turnover Intention Scale developed by Fichman, Jenkins and Klesh (1979). The results revealed that organizational justice has a significant effect on turnover intention while organizational environment has no significant effect on turnover intention. There were no sex differences in justice perception, organizational environment and turn-over intention but there was a significant differences in justice perception and turn-over intention among the various categories of health workers.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/rwe.v3n1p28

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Research in World Economy
ISSN 1923-3981(Print) ISSN 1923-399X(Online)

 

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