Effect of Compensation and Organizational Justice on the Academic Staff Performance of F.C.E. Zaria


The success or failure of any college of education is determined by its ability to train and develop its staff into a productive, competent, and skilled worker capable of and willing to work toward these objectives. The study examined the effect of compensation and performance organizational justice on the performance of academic staff of FCE Zaria. A total of 234 academic staff participated in the research. A survey design was used and data were collected by using the instruments adapted from past studies. The study employed Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modeling (PLS[1]SEM) using SMART PLS 3 software. The results of the structural model showed that compensation and organizational justice have a significant positive effect on academic staff performance in FCE Zaria. The study, therefore, recommended social intervention fairness and justice should be exercise in organizational dealings

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