Explaining the relationship between the organizational climate, meritocracy and job deviant behaviors of staff (Case study of Sharcheshmehe copper and Meiduk copper mines)

Sanjar Salajeghe, Zahra Sohi, Amin Farahbakhsh

Abstract


The aim of the present research is to investigate the relationship between organizational climate, meritocracy and job deviant behaviors of employees in the organization.  The statistical population in this research is 215 individuals of employees of the Sarcheshmeh copper mine and copper of Meiduk. The sampling method of this research was simple random and by using the Cochran formula the sample size is equal to 138 individuals. Data required for the present study were collected by using a questionnaire whose validity was tested. To determine the validity and reliability of questionnaire we used the content validity and Cronbach's alpha coefficient. For meritocracy questionnaire, it was calculated 0.80 and for job deviant behavior questionnaire of employees in the organization, it was 0.86. The reliability coefficient is equal to 0.85 for organizational climate questionnaire. In this research the structural relations model was used to analyze the data. For data analysis and hypothesis testing   this research used the statistical software of LISREL.  The results showed that there is a significant relationship between the organizational climate and meritocracy and job deviant behaviors of employees.


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organizational climate, meritocracy and job deviant behaviors of employees.

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