A Study on the Influence of Organizational Justice on College Teachers’ Sense of Professional Achievement

Author/s: Huizhen Zheng, Ming Chen

DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.5.127 

Year: 2018 Vol: 18 Number: 5


Based on the social cognitive theory, through statistical analysis of 377 data from ccollege tteachers, this paper examines the influences of organizational justice on college tteachers’ professional achievement and its iinfluence mechanism, and innovatively discusses the two-stage conduction mechanism between employee satisfaction and loyalty. The main research results are as follows: (1) the 3 dimensions of organizational justice are significantly correlated with teachers’ professional achievement; (2) employee satisfaction and loyalty play full mediating roles in the relationship between organizational justice and teachers’ professional achievement; (3) In the two-stage conduction mechanism of “organizational justice – employee satisfaction – employee loyalty – professional achievement”, this path holds. Finally, this paper discusses the related significance of the research.

Organizational Justice, Professional Achievement, Employee Satisfaction, Employee Loyalty

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