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Employee commitment (EC) has received much attention by scholars in recent times. The reason being that every organization seek to achieve set goals and objectives. Organizational justice is about employees perceptions associated with, rewards, outcomes, decision making and participation in decision making process which is one of the prominent factors in the life of an organization. Both organizational justice, and employee commitment are variables directly linked with organizational efficiency and effectiveness. Therefore, the main aim of this study is to identify the impact of distributive justice on employee commitment. The study reviewed related literature to find the relationship between the two variables. The results of the study revealed that distributive justice is strongly related to employee commitment. Therefore, distributive justice is a strong predictor of employee commitment. The relationship between distributive justice and the measures of employee commitment (affective, continuance or normative commitment) were identified as very strong. Based on the findings of the study, it is recommended that organizations should increase the level of justice so as to increase the commitment of employees in the organization.