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And justice for all: How organizational justice climate deters sexual harassment

Available Online http://doi.org/10.1111/peps.12274
Publication Date November 2018
Author Cristina Rubino, Derek R. Avery, Patrick F. McKay, Brenda L. Moore, David C. Wilson, Marinus S. Van Driel, L. Alan Witt, and Daniel P. McDonald
Source Personnel Psychology
Source Type Journal Article
Summary

This study examines organizational justice climate as a predictor of sexual harassment and the moderating roles of individual- and unit-level sex similarity and sexual harassment climate. Findings indicate a negative relationship between psychological and collective justice climates and sexual harassment, mitigated by sex similarity and sexual harassment climate. The article concludes that organizations can promote a justice climate as an additional way to help prevent sexual harassment.

Keywords sexual harassment, organizational justice climate, sex similarity, climate for sexual harassment
Reference

Rubino, C., Avery, D. R., McKay, P. F., Moore, B. L., Wilson, D. C., Van Driel, M. S., ... & McDonald, D. P. (2018). And justice for all: How organizational justice climate deters sexual harassment. Personnel Psychology, 71(4), 519-544. doi: 10.1111/peps.12274

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