This study aims to measure the perceived justice (distributive, procedural, and Interactional) by the Arab American University employees and analyze the relation between the perceived justice and job satisfaction. The study was conducted in the Palestinian environment. Data were collected through a questionnaire distributed to a stratified randomly selected sample out of 500 employees at the Arab American University. The results indicated a strong positive relationship between the perceived justice and job satisfaction (with correlation value =.834 at α=.01). The study has also revealed a significant relationship between the age of the respondents and their job satisfaction level. In addition, the study showed that there was a significant relationship between the respondent’s years of experience and their perceived justice. The study has also revealed that there was no relationship between the demographic information of the respondents (gender, age, job type, scientific degree, and faculty) and the perceived justice. Finally, the study did not find any relationship between gender, job type, scientific degree, faculty, and experience and job satisfaction.
This study was implemented at the Arab American University in Jenin. The results of this study are to be communicated with the other Palestinian universities. It is recommended that other local or regional universities do similar research. This may generate clearer relationships among the mentioned variables.
Wild Ali, Emad
"The Percieved Organizational Justice and Job Sastifaction of Arab American University’s Employees,"
Journal of the Arab American University مجلة الجامعة العربية الامريكية للبحوث: Vol. 3:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/aaup/vol3/iss1/4