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Employees Understanding of The Level of Organizational Justice in The branches of Iran Insurance Company in The State of Gillan and its Relationship with Social Capital Emergence Within The Company. ORMR. 2011; 1 (3) :169-198
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-28-7481-en.html
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  In recent years the importance of social capital as an intangible organizational asset has been of interest to those concerned with organizational and management issues. Positive levels of social capital are referred to, as a product of positive internal organizational social relations. The goal of this paper is the study of the relationship between the Iran Insurance employees’ understanding of organizational justice and social capital in the branches of the state of Gillan. Research method used is descriptive and of the Pyrson Correlative type. The statistical populationincludes all employees of Iran Insurance in the state of Gillan (altogether 492 people). Considering Cohen, Morgan and Krisay’s table, the sample size chosen was 220 people. The data collection tool used was a questioner which was field conducted. In order to asses levels of social capital the questioner designed by Gyshal and Nahpyt (1998), with 16 buoy was used; and to asses social justice levels a standard questioner with 19 buoys using the Leickert scale was employed. Validity of the research tool was based on the expert opinion of a group of experts. The social capital questioner’s stability, and the verification of the reported levels of organizational justice were approved by the use of Cron Bach’s 0/896 and 0/916 levels respectively. For data analysis the Pearson correlation test was used. Test results and the single-sample T-test showed that between the dependent research variable (social capital), and the independent research variable (organizational justice), and its’ different dimensions(Distributional, procedural, relational, and informational justice), a 99% positive correlation exists.    
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Received: 2012/08/7 | Accepted: 2012/08/7 | Published: 2012/08/7

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