The Role of Interactional Justice in the Impact of Occupational Safety Perception on Organizational Change Cynicism and Unethical Behavior

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Enhancing business performance, which is a significant component of sustainable competition, is a crucial issue in the realm of business. In resolving this issue, identifying and optimizing elements that reduce job performance are considered to play a pivotal role. The perception of occupational safety is a precursor to many factors that affect employee performance. It is believed that reducing this perception, which is deemed to influence negative behaviors such as cynicism and unethical conduct, can positively impact employee performance. Interactional justice is considered to play a significant role in mitigating these adverse factors. In this context, a study was conducted on healthcare workers in Antalya province (n=160). This study evaluated the impact of occupational safety perception on cynicism and unethical behavior and the role of interactional justice in this relationship. The research conducted in private hospitals in the healthcare sector revealed that the perception of occupational safety has not significant effects on employees' cynicism but has a negative effect on unethical behavior, and interactional justice plays a moderating role in these relationships



Occupational safety, organizational change cynicism, unethical behavior, interactional justice, health sector

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