Generational Differences In Organizational Justice Perceptions: An Exploratory Investigation Across Three Generational Cohorts

Ophillia Ledimo
2015 Foundations of Management  
Despite several reviews of generational differences across cohorts regarding their career stages in organizations, relatively few empirical investigations have been conducted to understand cohorts' perceptions. Hence, there is paucity of studies that explored differences on the construct organizational justice across generational cohorts. The objective of this study was to explore the differences across three generational cohorts (Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers) on dimensions of
more » ... organizational justice measurement instrument (OJMI). Data was collected through the administration of OJMI to a random sample size of organizational employees (n = 289). Descriptive statistics and analysis of variance were conducted to interpret the data. These findings provide evidence that differences do exist across cohorts on dimensions of organizational justice. In terms of contributions and practical implications, insight gained from the findings may be used in proposing organizational development interventions to manage multigenerational employees as well as to conduct future research.
doi:10.1515/fman-2015-0031 fatcat:saunk64vd5gdjb7mzmmk52k33q