For an institution, to be able to achieve its goals, the organizational justice perception among the workers is a foregoing issue. It is believed that to exhibit organizational justice behaviors is also highly related to ethical leadership behaviors among the workers. Within that respect, the aim of the study is to investigate the relationship between ethical leadership behaviors and organizational justice perceptions of the teachers working in the City of Batman. Fort his aim, descriptive-correlational screening model was used. The study was conducted in 2013-2014 education year in schools owned by Ministry of National Education in Batman city center with 232 teachers. T
The data was collected by using Ethical Leadership Scale and Organizational Justice scale. The data was analyzed by using SPSS 17 statistical analysis program. When analyzing the data, percentage and frequency statistics, Pearson correlation, t test and ANOVA vas used as statistical techniques.
Based on the findings, it was found that the teachers working in the city of Batman have high level of ethical leadership behavior and organizational justice perceptions. Additionally, it was found that there is a strong correlation between ethical leadership and organizational justice perceptions of the participants. The conducted difference tests showed that the gender has a significant effect of both ethical leadership behavior and organizational justice perceptions of the participants. Additionally, fair interaction subscale of organizational justice scale was found to be affected by the working experience. Finally, it was found that, the educational level of the teachers had a significant effect on ethical behavior perceptions of the teachers. Those findings later were discussed in the light of the current literature.
Keywords: Organizational Justice, Ethical Leadership, Batman city