The item under review is titled Does Organizational Justice Predict Empowerment? “Nurses Assess Their Work Environment” by Kuokkanen et al. (2014). The authors examined organizational fairness and nurse empowerment concerning other workplace concerns. Critical sections of the research report were examined, including the introduction (the need for the study, the research problem, the purpose, assumptions, hypothesis, design, and theoretical framework), literature review (adequacy, organization and synthesis, and critical appraisal), ethical considerations (human rights, legal rights, and informed consent), and sampling (sampling, inclusive and exclusive), to assess the study’s quality and its practical implications.
Does organizational justice predict empowerment?
Empowerment is necessary to achieve organizational productivity. Such support is necessary for nurses, especially in today’s technologically dominated workplace. A number of factors influence the degree of empowerment among nursing professionals. The variable’s interactions with factors at the corporate level, such as organizational justice, require further study. The article under consideration, Does Organizational Justice Predict Empowerment? The study “Nurses Assess Their Work Environment” by Kuokkanen et al. (2014) addressed a research gap by examining the link between empowerment and organizational fairness.
The topic of the review’s first section is whether the study was necessary. The report claims that the study was necessary because nursing professionals place a high value on empowerment in light of the significant changes that have occurred in the healthcare industry, such as a rise in the use of technology. The study was also required because there needs to be more knowledge regarding how organizational justice affects the development of employee empowerment in the nursing field (Kuokkanen et al., 2014). The investigation was required to pinpoint organizational elements like organizational justice that impact empowerment. The researchers had to determine how the variables related from the viewpoint of nurses who work in healthcare organizations. The study will aid hospital management in boosting efficiency, employee empowerment, and organizational fairness.