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7.2 the most important dimension of: whether to trust your boss: benevolence.
When my boss are perceived as benevolent, he/she care of all employees, if we did good job, he/she is concern about our well-being, and feel a sense of loyalty to us. And then we maybe get better salary and a good place where we want to work.
Whether to trust a friend: integrity.
Why someone is called a friend by us? Because the person has integrity who could wake us up when we do something wrong. we always feel positive energy from a good friend, who has good intention and strong moral discipline. When we need help, a real friend will give us a hand, that just like he/she told us before, he/she keeps their promises, “walk the talk,” and “do what they say they will do.” We could walk so far away with a good friend in the future.
7.3
Most difficult to maximize: interpersonal justice
Interpersonal justice reflects the perceived fairness of the treatment received by employees from authorities, is fostered when authorities adhere to two particular rules. The respect rule pertains to whether authorities treat employees in a dignified and sincere manner, and the propriety rule reflects whether authorities refrain from making improper or offensive remarks.
For the respect rule, a manager always makes orders, and an employee follows that, so they don’t have same statues during working. And a manager has his own feeling to employees, employees are not machines which are same, the manager likes some employees more, and some less, so the manager can not treat every employee at same level. And different people have different opinions of respect, just like people have different favorable things. It’s not easy to make everyone feels fairness.
For the propriety rule, everybody makes mistake in their life, so do managers. Because of work pressure, satisfaction of employees’ job, the feeling of the…...

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