The equality, need, restitution and status quo will also be examined. The individuals involved in the company, communities that need assistance from the decision as well as changing what is needed so it is fair in the future is also considered so it can provide and implement new alternatives for those that are in the company (Blader, Tyler, 2003).
For procedural justice to become effective and to provide a fair opinion, there is the need to create a specific criteria that is matched during a case. The first is that there should be objective evidence that states whether something is fair or not in a given case. If it is subjective then it may be coming as a matter of opinion or from individuals who are not looking for justice but instead are interested in a different agenda in the court proceeding. For instance, in a given situation, the reactions that is a part of what occurs both from the situation and as a result, should be noted. The psychological concepts that relate to this should also be noted, such as depression, anxiety or other forms of discomfort or trauma that occur as a result. However, the outcomes that are noted from a given situation should come from evidence, reactions and noticing different concepts from the present moment. By following these main criteria, there can be an overall evaluation of whether something was ethical and provided the correct behavior for individuals (Lind, Tyler, 2000).
The criteria that are available should not only include the reactions and noticed changes among individuals. It is also important to notice the social psychology that is associated with the main concepts and proceedings of what occurs. The outcomes that are a part of the distribution, social processes that occur and the psychological responses need to be included in the procedural justice criteria. More importantly, reaching a solution which provides a sense of justice and fairness needs to be combined with understanding more