The aim of this study was to verify the impact of the organizational justice dimensions (distributive, procedural, interpersonal and informational) on job satisfaction and affective commitment. One hundred ninety-three nurses, working in the critical condition wards of two of the main hospitals located in the ASL 10 district of Florence, were administered the Organizational Justice Scale, the Job Satisfaction Questionnaire and the Affective Commitment Subscale. Informational justice, distributive justice and interpersonal justice were predictors of job satisfaction, while interpersonal justice and procedural justice had an impact on affective commitment. The results provide a more indepth look at the construct of organizational justice, defining new areas for future research and intervention.
Keywords: Organizational justice, job satisfaction, affective commitment