Six Rules For An Inclusive Organisation Using Procedural Justice

An Inclusive organisation is a fair organisation

But what does fair actually mean?

One way to think about fairness is Procedural Justice

I’m going to give you six rules to know that you’ve got it right

Get your pen and paper ready because we’re going to be talking about the importance of procedural justice

I’m going to give you Six Rules that you can use at work today to check if your organisation is fair

This is the first in a three-part series about Organisational fairness

In todays show we discuss several things including:

  • The importance of Procedural Justice
  • The relationship between Procedural Justice and Fairness
  • Why Procedural Justice alone is not enough

Here’s some of what I share in the show:

When people talk about fairness in organisations it’s useful to talk Procedural Justice

“Procedural justice refers to the perceived fairness of the processes within an organisation. Why, because processes lead to outcomes and we want to know that the outcomes that we create at work are fair”

There are Six Rules of Procedural Justice that you can apply

“what I am going to do is share six rules created by influential researcher Leventhal. These rules are 40 years old but they are classic”

If you’re breaking the Six Rules, there’s a good chance that your processes are unfair

“In practice, if you follow these six rules you are more likely to have procedural justice within your organisation. You’re going to see that enforcing these rules are much more difficult than describing them “


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