Drug Testing And Procedural Fairness: The Influence Of Situational Variables
Fairness of drug testing; Interactional justice; Organizational justice
This study examines the effect of four variables (i.e., interpersonal treatment, organizational reputation, testing context, and consequence of testing) on perceptions of the procedural fairness of a drug-testing program. Main effects for each of these variables on perceptions of procedural fairness were expected. In addition, interactions were predicted between interpersonal treatment and organizational reputation, testing context and consequence, and testing context and interpersonal treatment. Results generally supported the hypotheses, revealing main effects for the four variables and two significant interactions. The implications of these findings for justice research and the design and implementation of drug-testing programs are discussed. © 2000 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
Social Justice Research
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Ambrose, Maureen L., "Drug Testing And Procedural Fairness: The Influence Of Situational Variables" (2000). Scopus Export 2000s. 971.