The study and the comparison of the trained and untrained staff from the perspectives of job satisfaction, organizational commitment and job involvement in Hegmatan Cement Company

Muhammad Reza Sepah Poor, Abd Al-Kazem Neysi, Dr. Rezaee

Abstract


The objective of the present study is the comparison of the trained and untrained staff from the perspective of job satisfaction, organizational commitment and job involvement. To test the study hypotheses, 130 individuals of Hegmatan Cement Company employees were selected based on a simple random method from among the staff population and among the selected sample volume 117 individuals, 62 trained and 55 untrained employees, answered to and returned the administered questionnaire. The applied questionnaires included the job description index (JDI) and Edward’s and Cleo-Patrick’s job involvement questionnaire and Allen’s and Mayer’s organizational commitment questionnaire. To analyze the data mean, standard deviation, t-test, Pierson correlation test and so on were taken advantage of. According to the study findings and results it was determined that there is a significant and positive difference between the trained and untrained staff regarding job satisfaction. There is a significant and positive difference between the trained and untrained staff regarding affective commitment. There is a significant and positive difference between the trained and untrained staff regarding job satisfaction. There was not found any statistically significant relationship between the trained and untrained staff regarding continuous commitment, there is a positive and significant difference between trained and untrained staff regarding normative commitment. Job involvement-related study hypothesis findings are indicative of a positive and significant difference between the trained and untrained staff regarding job involvement.

 


Keywords


organizational commitment, job involvement and job satisfaction.

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