“Refers to the evaluation of the procedures that are followed in allocating outcomes.” (Grandey & Cordeiro)
“The element of justice concerned with the application of laws, rather than with the content of the laws themselves.” (Blackburn, 2003).
“[T]he perceived fairness of the procedures used to determine outcomes.” (Cropanzano & Greenberg, 1997).
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