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Organizational Justice Inventory (OJI)


The OJI is a 31-item survey instrument designed to measure four independent components of justice in organizations: procedural, distributive, interpersonal, and informational.

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The four justice components are measured with 8, 8, 8, and 7 statements, respectively. An organizational member responds to each statement on a 7–point Likert (box) scale (7 = Strongly Agree . . . 1 = Strongly Disagree) to indicate to what extent there is fairness in his/her organization. A higher score represents greater of one component of justice in an organization. The OJI is brief which can be administered in 10 minutes. Sample items of the instrument are:

  1. My organization’s formal decision-making procedures are carried out in the same way each time they are used. (procedural)
  2. I believe that my rewards accurately reflect my contributions to the organization. (distributive)
  3. I believe that my supervisor’s actions show that s/he respects me. (interpersonal)
  4. My supervisor communicates with me in a timely manner. (informational)

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