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Influence of Organizational Fairness Perceived by Revenue Officers on Empowerment and Employee Efforts

세무공무원이 지각하는 조직공정성이 임파워먼트와 종업원노력에 미치는 영향

  • 홍순복 (동명대학교 경영학부 경영학과)
  • Published : 2009.03.28

Abstract

This study empirically analyzed how the organizational fairness perceived by revenue officers affect the empowerment and employee efforts. The result of the analysis revealed that as for job fairness, distribution fairness and interaction fairness, with the exception of process fairness, have significant influence on the empowerment while the empowerment, in turn, has significant influence on the employee efforts. This finding confirms that a high level of organizational fairness perceived by revenue officers in their job processes results in a high level of empowerment, which then produces heightened employee efforts, eventually contributing to the efficiency of revenue officers' job performance and the improvement of satisfaction with service quality. Therefore, it is necessary that administrators of revenue offices allow their subordinates to develop their potentials by empowering the employees and delegating authority.

Keywords

Organizational Fairness;Empowerment;Employee Efforts

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