PERAN KEADILAN DAN MANFAAT PERSEPSIAN TERHADAP TINGKAT KEPUASAN DAN KOMITMEN KARYAWAN DEPARTEMEN AKUNTANSI
(Suatu Studi Eksperimental)
Universitas Iba Palembang
This study examines the effects of justice and benefit perceptions on individual behavior in a nonpaticipative resources allocation. Furthermore examines presence superior monitoring affect to employee’s behavior. An experimental design 2×2 between subject was conducted. Participants are as many as 231 student of accounting program. Two way anova analysis is used to investigate hypothesis.
The result show that even in cases when the allocation of resources is not seen as fair, be satisfied with the outcome and express commitment to performing the required task if an employee asses the net perceived benefit of a decision outcome as positive they will. Further, this study found support for the suggestion that the presence of superior monitoring can favorably affect an employee’s commitment to perform, particularly in cases when satisfation is negatively impacted by non-participation and low net perceived benefit.
Keyword: Justice, Net Perceived Benefit, Outcome Satisfaction, Commitment to Perform and Superior Monitoring
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