Forms of Organizational Justice

There are 3 forms of justice in the organizational context: distributive justice, procedural justice, and interactional justice. People perceive unfairness and react badly, especially if all types of justice are not present. The presence of any type of justice can buffer the effects of the other's absence. During moments with negative consequences, decision-makers should strive to provide those forms of justice to minimize the ill effects of perceived unfairness.