ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND JOB SATISFACTION AMONG EMPLOYEES IN CHINA NATIONAL OFFSHORE OIL CORPORATION IN UGANDA. A MULTINATIONAL COMPANY.
MUYINGO, YVETTE KABAGAMBE
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This study examined the influence of organizational justice in three dimensions: distributive, interactional and procedural justices on job satisfaction using a case study of China National Offshore Oil Corporation Uganda limited. This was because job satisfaction at CNOOC was in balance. The study specifically sought to establish the influence of distributive justice on job satisfaction among employees in CNOOC, to analyze the influence of procedural justice on job satisfaction among employees in CNOOC and to assess the influence of interactional justice on job satisfaction among employees in CNOOC. The study adopted a case study, cross sectional survey research design. Using a self-administered questionnaire, data was collected from 49 respondents. The findings of the study indicate that there is a significant positive relationship between distributive justice and job satisfaction. The study also found a significant positive relationship between procedural justice and job satisfaction. A positive significant relationship was found to exist between interactional justice and job satisfaction. The study concludes that greater distributive justice leads to higher level of job satisfaction. The study also concludes that greater interactional justice results into higher level of employee job satisfaction. The study also concluded that the more the organization practices in procedural justice, the greater the levels of employee job satisfaction. The study therefore recommends that multinational organizations like CNOOC should enhance their organizational justice in order gain the benefits of highly satisfied and motivated employees to enable it realize its goals and objectives.