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And restorative justice for all: Redemption, forgiveness, and reintegration in organizations.

Goodstein, Jerry
June 4, 2015

Source: (2009) Journal of Organizational Behavior. 31(4): 624-628.

We explore the topic of restorative justice in organizations. The tradition of restorative justice
directs attention to the aftermath of wrongdoing. We highlight three ways offenders (making
amends), victims (extending forgiveness), and organizations (fostering reintegration) restore
justice in the workplace. Our paper concludes with questions for future research and inquiry. (author’s abstract)


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