عنوان مقاله [English]
This research was administered with the aim of determining psychological and spiritual well-being by components of perceived organizational justice. Research statistical population was the employees of two industrial organizations, among them 277 persons were selected using simple random sampling. Research instruments consisted of: perceived organizational justice questionnaire (Shibaoka et al, 2010), researcher made psychological well-being questionnaires and spiritual well-being questionnaire (Gomez & Fisher, 2012). Data was analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis. The results showed that there are significant relationships between perceived organization justice components (distributive, procedural, interpersonal and informational) with psychological and spiritual well-being. Also the results of multiple regression analysis showed that, among perceived organizational justice components, only procedural and distributive justice have predictive power for prediction of actualization of humanism, nature orientation and actualization of innate orientation. Among perceived organizational justice components, only procedural and distributive justice has predictive power for prediction of psychological well-being.