:: Volume 19, Issue 4 (2017 2017) ::
J Mil Med 2017, 19(4): 400-409 Back to browse issues page
The Prediction of NAJA's Employees Productivity on the Basis of Perceived Organizational Justice, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Citizenship Behavior
Soran Rjabi , Yousef Dehghani
asociated Department of Psychology, Faculty of Literature & Humanities, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, Iran , sooranrajabi@pgu.ac.ir
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Background and Aim: Police force requires a model whose factors are in line with organizational excellence. The improvement of these factors can lead the organization to excellence. This study aimed to predict the productivity of NAJA employees based on perceived organizational justice, job satisfaction and citizenship behavior.
Methods: This research is a descriptive study and is considered as a predictive correlation type. The statistical population of the study consisted of all employees of the police force of Bushehr province, of whom, 608 people were selected using a multi-stage sampling method with a mean and standard deviation of 34.60 ± 4.2 years. For data collection, Productivity Measurement Scale (ACHIEVE model), Civil Behavior Questionnaire, Organizational Justice Questionnaire, and Job Satisfaction Questionnaire were used. For data analysis, multivariate regression was used with SPSS 16.
Results: The findings showed that the perceived organizational justice is lower than the conceptual mean for NAJA employees. However, job satisfaction, civil behavior and job productivity are higher than the conceptual mean. The results of multivariable regression analysis indicated that job satisfaction, masculinity and forgiveness, altruism, perceived distributive justice, economic status, and civic virtue are the best predictors of productivity in terms of importance from the NAJA employees’ viewpoints.
Conclusion: This study showed that 50% of variance of productivity can be explained by variables of job satisfaction, chivalry and forgiveness (negatively), altruism, perceived distributive justice, economic status, and civic virtue.
Keywords: Organizational Justice, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Productivity, Police
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2016/11/12 | Accepted: 2017/10/6 | Published: 2017/11/6

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