Effect of Perceived Organizational Justice on Project Success; the Role of Employee Creativity
Keywords:Organizational justice, Distributive Justice, Procedural Justice, Interactional Justice, Employee Creativity, Project Success
Past research studies reviewed have stated that there is a challenge with the success of construction sector; this was further discovered by statistical records. It is on this note that this study seeks to examine the effect of perceived organizational justice on project success, moderating role of employee innovation. The study employed a cross sectional research design, unit of analysis in this study is employee of construction sector in Jalingo LGA of Taraba State (TARCMA), population of the study is 1900, and sample that was used for data analysis is 320 questionnaire used to collect the required data. The data were analyzed using statistical package for social sciences version 23 (SPSS) and PLS Ver4. In the direct relationship, the result has shown that distributive, procedural and interactional justice-have a positive and significant effect on project success. On the moderating relationship, distributive and interactional justice’s relationship on project success were moderated by employee creativity, however, the effect of procedural justice on project success was not moderated by employee creativity. It was recommended that construction sector managers should ensure that employees are treated fairly so that they can be motivated to initiate innovative ideas into Construction Companies.
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