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date: 25 February 2020

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This chapter addresses progress within the emergent area of multifoci organizational justice and identifies promising avenues for future multifoci research. First, the origins of the multifoci perspective and its successor, the target similarity model, are discussed. Empirical support for the model is reviewed, including meta-analytic investigations. Next, the newest wave of multifoci research is explored, emphasizing the role of important, yet under examined sources of justice, such as co-workers, customers, and clients, in gaining a more complete understanding of the effects of justice on employee attitudes and behaviors in the workplace. Further, we point to promising avenues for future research that include the study of interactive effects between justice sources, as well as the extension of multifoci research to cross-cultural justice and corporate social responsibility.

Keywords: multifoci justice, target similarity model, organizational justice, sources of justice, workplace fairness

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