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International Business Management
Year: 2016  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 28  |  Page No.: 6389 - 6395

Investigating Organizational Justice and Conflict Management Styles among Bank Employees in Malaysia

Muhammad Asyraf Mohd Kassim, Hazril Izwar Ibrahim, Arman Hadi Abdul Manaf and Muhammad Safizal Abdullah    

Abstract: Conflicts that occur among employees can be prevented by managing the conflict effectively. Conflict management is important as it will affect employee’s attitudes and behavior’s. This study discusses how the specific organizational justice dimensions influenced the conflict management styles. The main objective of this research is to investigate which styles have significance relationship with organizational justice dimensions such as distributive justice and procedural justice. The study was conducted using random sampling method. The result shows that employees with high sensitivity in organizational justice issues used integrating, obliging and compromising styles while employees whom with low sensitivity on justice issues are more favorable with dominating and avoiding styles.

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