عنوان مقاله [English]
Organizational Justice - people's perceptions of fairness in organizations - is one of the topics that attracted the greatest interest of scientists in the fields of industrial-organizational psychology, human resources management, and organizational behavior in the recent years. Researches show that the fair behaviors and rewards could enhance positive work behaviors such as employees’ job satisfaction and then, it could enhance work performance. The purpose of the resent research is investigation of the role of perceived organizational justice in the employees’ job satisfaction in the Red Crescent Society's Textile Industries of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Statistical population of this study includes 123 employees of the Red Crescent Society's Textile Industries of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which 106 persons are selected as a sample, the data is collected by questionnaire, and data analysis also has been done by SPSS software. Research results showed that people perceptions to the extent of observation of organizational justice and its' dimensions (distributive justice, procedural justice, and interactional justice) influenced on the employees' job satisfaction. Indeed, employees' performance level sorely affected by organizational justice and its' dimensions. In the organizational processes, therefore, managers must spread the justice throughout organization to have satisfied and productive employees.