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    When Organizations Break Their Promises: Employee Reactions to Unfair Processes and Treatment.Jill Kickul - 2001 - Journal of Business Ethics 29 (4):289-307.
    Research has shown that the strongest reactions to organizational injustice occur when an employee perceives both unfair outcomes (distributive injustice) and unfair and unethical procedures and treatment. Utilizing the Referent Cognitions Theory (RCT) framework, this study investigates how a form of distributive injustice, psychological contract breach, along with procedural and interactional injustice influences employees'' negative attitudes and behaviors. More specifically, the interactional effects of these forms of injustices should be notably greater than those exhibited when an employee of the organization, (...)
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    Does Trust Matter? The Relationship Between Equity Sensitivity and Perceived Organizational Justice.Jill Kickul, Lisa K. Gundry & Margaret Posig - 2005 - Journal of Business Ethics 56 (3):205-218.
    . The present research study was designed to extend our knowledge about issues of relevance for business ethics by examining the role of equity sensitivity and perceived organizational trust on employees perceptions of procedural and interactional justice. A model was developed and tested, and results revealed that organizational trust and respect mediated the relationship between an employees equity sensitivity and perceptions of procedural, interactional, and social accounts fairness. A discussion of issues related to perceptions of trust and fairness is presented, (...)
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    Verdant Power.Bala Mulloth, Marc D. Griffiths & Jill Kickul - 2012 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 9:447-468.
    We describe the ethical leadership dilemmas confronting Verdant Power. Formed in 2000, this New York City marine renewable energy company develops projects and technology that delivers electricity directly into the local power grid. Set in early 2010, the case outlines the tensions, challenges and costs (both financial and time) that management faces as it attempts to commercialize a technology in an industry with strict and rigid regulatory policies. The key teaching objectives of the case include a) understanding the leadership role (...)
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