Influence of Perceived Organisational Justice and Organisational Climate on Job Performance Among Secondary School Teachers in Makurdi Metropolis of Benue State

Chinelo Helen Ogwuche, Mikailu Habiba Musa, Joe Nyam


The study investigated influence of perceived organisational justice and organisational climate on job performance
among secondary school teachers in Makurdi metropolis. A total of 188 secondary school teachers were drawn from
Makurdi metropolis. The findings revealed that 106 (56.4%) were males and 79(42.0%) were females. The study
used three standardized instruments which include (i) Organisational justice scale was developed by Nerinhoff and
Moorman (1993), Organizational climate questionnaire developed by DeCottis and Koys (1991) and Job
Performance Scale developed by Goodman and Svyantek (1999). Results from the hypotheses tested showed that
perceived organizational justice significantly influence job performance. [F (3,182) = 64.222, P<.001]. The result
also indicated that organizational climate did not significantly influence job performance among secondary school
teachers [F (1,181) = .003, P>.05. The result finally showed that perceived organizational justice and organizational
climate significantly and jointly influence job performance [F (4,181) = 50.131, P<.001. Based on the findings of the
study, it was recommended among others that, the government through the ministry of education should organise
seminars to enlighten school management officials on the important roles played by perceived organisational justice
and job performance among teachers thus provide adequate working environment for proper leaning.

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