Part of #Study the Relationship between workaholism employees outcomes of organizational behavior# :
Publishing year : 2015
Conference : International Conference on Management Economics and Social Sciences
Number of pages : 11
Abstract The present study investigates the relationship between workaholism and outcomes of employee's organizational behavior (according to Cole Kuwaiti et al., Including job performance, organizational commitment and preventive behavior) at the LMO (Legal Medical Organization). According to the hypothesis, this study in terms of objectives, functional and descriptive – correlation is performed. The study population included a total of 2,500 employees, LMO, stratified random sampling and Cochran formula, of which 333 were selected. To collect data for Independent variable (workaholism) from standard questionnaire Spence and Robbins (1992) and the dependent variable (job performance and preventive behavior) from research_workerquestionnaire adapted from Cole Kuwaiti & et al (2009) and dependent variable (organizational commitment) from standard questionnaire Allen and Meyer (1990) and a five-point Likert scale were used. The colleague Cited data with two methods of descriptive and inferential statistics (Pearson correlation and linear regression) and analyzed using SPSS 19 software. The results show that job holism with job performance and task performance and citizenship behavior and organizational commitment and its dimensions are Direct and positive relationship. And counter-productive behavior (which is one of the dimensions of job performance) and preventive behavior and its dimensions has a reverse and negative relationship. Also, the results of multiple regression analysis to determine the impact of work holism showed that the combination of working on job performance and the pleasure of working positively on organizational commitment and negatively on preventive behavior has the greatest impact on this organization.