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Journal of Creativity and Business Innovation
This study aimed at exploring the impact of organizational justice in the form of distributive, procedural, interactional, temporal and spatial justice on the innovative work behavior of the employees working in telecommunication sector of China. Data was collected from 235 employees and analyzed by using correlation and multiple regression analysis. The results of these analyses suggested that all forms of organizational justice have a strong and positive impact on the innovative work behaviorfatcat:hnfiksohuvcmlnj67drrp5d2v4