Organizational justice, occupational stress and job performance among employees of The Aids Support Organization (TASO) - Mulago Hospital
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The study aimed at investigating the relationship between organizational justice, occupational stress and job performance among employees of The AIDs Support Organization (TASO) - Mulago Hospital. The study adopted a correlation study design with a population of 120 employees from different departments. Simple random sampling technique was used to draw a sample of 92 respondents from the population. Data was collected from respondents using self-administered standard questionnaires and through entering filled questionnaires into Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 23.0 computer software, data was analyzed. Descriptive statistics showed that 53.3% of the respondents were male and 46.7% were female, majority were between 40-44 years (22.8%). Results from Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient (r) further indicated that there was a significant negative relationship between organizational justice and occupational stress (r=-0.287, p=.005), and there was a significant positive relationship between organizational justice and job performance (r=0.575, p=.000). Besides, there was no significant relationship between occupational stress and job performance (r=-.063, p=.552). Therefore, basing on the findings, several recommendations are made which include: management should ensure that there is equitable reward system in organizations to enhance morale and productivity of their staff.