American International Journal of Social Science

ISSN 2325-4149(Print), ISSN 2325-4165(Online) DIO: 10.30845/aijss

Organizational Justice and Job Performance of Lecturers in Federal Universities in South-South Zone of Nigeria
Dr. Sunday I. Efanga, Mrs. Mfon O. Aniedi, Mr. Gomiluk, O. Idente

The thrust of the study was to determine the relationship between organizational justice and job performance of lecturers in the Federal Universities in the South-South zone of Nigeria. Three null hypotheses were formulated to direct the study, the population consisted of the total number of lecturers and Management Staff in the Federal Universities in the South-South Zone of Nigeria, numbering 5,664 (Pay Roll and Personnel Audit Unit, of the universities 2013/2014, session). The sample of this study consisted of 529 lecturers and 86 Management Staff from Faculty of Education of the three universities randomly selected for the study. They were University of Uyo, University of Calabar and University of Port Harcourt. The Management Staff were used to assess the lecturers. Data collection was done with the use of two researchers developed instrument. Cronbach Alpha reliability was used to ascertain the reliability of the instrument. The null hypotheses were tested at .05 alpha level of significance using simple linear regression analysis. The conclusion based on evidence shows that all the null hypotheses were rejected and the alternative retained. Based on the findings, it was recommended among others, that there should be equitable reward system in the universities to enhance morale and productivity of academic staff.

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