The relationship between personality variables and justice perceptions of the Employment Equity Act
Falconer, Leanne Teresa
The current research report examines the relationship between personality variables and the perceptions of distributive, procedural and interpersonal justice. The study was performed with 70 employees from a company that supplies a financial service to the man on the street and companies with regard to all movable assets. The results indicated that certain aspects of the personality as defined by Jung do impact on an individual's Justice Perceptions. However, the sample size was too small to draw any conclusive relationships. The theoretical and practical implications of this are discussed along with limitations of the current research and directions for future research have been considered.
A dissertation submitted to the Department of Industrial Psychology, at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Masters of Arts, by Coursework and Research Report, 2000
Affirmative action programs -- South Africa., Discrimination in employment -- Law and legislation -- South Africa., Labor laws and legislation -- South Africa, Employee rights -- South Africa, Personality and situation -- South Africa
Falconer, Leanne Teresa (2000) The relationship between personality variables and justice perceptions of the Employment Equity Act, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg,<http://hdl.handle.net/10539/22748>