The Effect of Senior Management Participative Involvement and on Employee Perceptions

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Description: The imaginary manipulation of senior management's participative involvement with school employees was examined to determine employee perception of fairness. Attitudes toward senior management behavior differed significantly among employee groups. Qualitative analysis revealed seven themes proposed by employees to enhance perceptions of fairness and three themes that inspire their citizenship behavior. Analysis of levels of senior management involvement showed significant differences among employee groups and a significant interaction of level of involvement and job type. The data suggested that school employee perceptions of fairness and receptiveness to senior management's involvement are related to past experiences and encounters with senior management, employee position within the school system, and whether school board members as the highest level of management can be believed and trusted. The findings of the study provide germane resources for organizational practitioners to apply within their respected communities/organizations to cultivate employee perceptions of justice. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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