PSYCHOMETRIC VALIDATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE SCALE FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN PAKISTANI CONTEXT
Organizational justice is about fairness at the workplace. It is essential to enhance performance and success of every organization. The study was conducted to validate Organizational Justice Scale (OJS) in Punjab, Pakistani public school context developed by Neihoff and Moorman (1993). Sample size consisted of 400 randomly selected public school teachers. This study was based upon quantitative approach and cross- sectional survey design was applied in data collection. The data was collected personally from teachers. Factors analysis techniques EFA and CFA were applied to confirm dimensionality, validity and reliability of Organizational Justice Scale (OJS) in schools of Pakistani context. Results are in support of three dimensional model (distributive, procedural & interactional justice) and generalizability of this scale. Furthermore, the results also established adequate reliability and validity (convergent and discriminant validity) of OJS. Further studies can be conducted to further validate the OJS through different types of data analysis software and techniques. In addition, this scale would be useful for measurement of the organizational justice among teachers in schools.