Human Resource Management from a Justice-Based Perspective

Tahir Masood Qureshi, Mohemmed Absuweilem, Shareefa Reda Alkhateeb, Verl Anderson, Cam Caldwell


It is axiomatic to acknowledge that the Human Resource Management (HRM) function plays a vital ethically-based role in honoring duties owed to organization employees and other stakeholders. Incorporating the research of the University of Michigan ethics expert, LaRue Hosmer, this paper identifies nine qualities associated with organizational justice as they relate to seven important HRM responsibilities. This paper then offers five guidelines for Human Resource Professionals to consider in honoring their justice-related obligations to those whom they serve.

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Business and Management Research
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