Job Embeddedness related to Organizational Justice: Role of Workplace Bullying among Higher Education Institutes

  • Samrah Jamshaid University of Sargodha, Pakistan
  • Dr. Najma I. Malik University of Sargodha, Pakistan
Keywords: Job embeddedness, Organizational justice, Workplace bullying


The purpose of current study was to examine the job embeddedness in relation to organizational justice by exploring the role of workplace bulling. Convenience sampling technique was used for collecting the sample of 120 teachers from different private and Govt sector colleges and universities of Sargodha. Job Embeddedness Scale (Crossley, 2007), Organizational Justice Scale (Hoy & Tarter, 2004), and Negative Act Questionnaire (Einarsen, Raknes, & Helleosy, 1994) were used to measure the constructs of study. Results revealed that job embeddedness has strong correlation with organizational justice which indicates that teachers who are embedded with job perceived justice in their organization. Study showed significant effect of job embeddedness constructs on organizational justice. Study showed that workplace bullying has no moderating role in job embeddedness and organizational justice.


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