The effects of information management policies on reactions to human resource information systems: An integration of privacy and procedural justice perspectives
Abbreviated Journal Title
ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE; FAIRNESS; Psychology, Applied; Management
The goal of the present study was to extend research on information privacy and fairness by examining these constructs within the context of human resource information systems. Using a 2 x 2 experimental design and data from 124 employed subjects in an organization that was in the process of developing a human resource information system, the present study examined the main and interactive effects of policies concerning ability to authorize disclosure (ability to authorize vs, no ability to authorize) and target of disclosure (internal to the organization vs. external to the organization) on invasion of privacy perceptions and fairness perceptions. Results of multivariate and univariate analyses of variance indicated that the independent variables had main and interactive effects on both fairness perceptions and invasion of privacy perceptions. Moreover,a confirmatory factor analysis suggested that invasion of privacy perceptions and fairness perceptions are distinct constructs. Implications of these findings for theory and practice are discussed.
"The effects of information management policies on reactions to human resource information systems: An integration of privacy and procedural justice perspectives" (1999). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 2611.