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The Prediction of Organizational Procrastination and Life Satisfaction According to Job Burnout and Years of Career
M Khodabakhshi , MA Sepahvandi, A Sheikhaleslami, E Habibi
Department of psychology, Lorestan University, Khorram Abad, Iran , mehdi_121110@yahoo.com
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Aims: Procrastination has negative and inappropriate side effects in organizations. Some of these side effects include productivity reduction, clients’ dissatisfaction, loss of motivation among personnel, increase of absenteeism and displacement them. The purpose of this study was to predict organizational procrastination and life satisfaction according to job burnout and years of career.

Methods: This study was a cross sectional research. The statistic population included all the military personnel who were in the military during this study. A hundred people were selected randomly. Data gathering was done by a procrastination questionnaire (Safarinia & Amirkhanirazlighi), life satisfaction (SWSL) (Diener, Emmon  &Larsen) questionnaire and job burnout questionnaire (Maslach).

Results: Results showed that there was a significant positive relationship between procrastination and job burnout. There was a significant negative relationship between procrastination and years of career, but there wasn’t a significant relationship among life satisfaction with job burnout and years of career. Regression analysis also showed that the factors of the years of career and job burnout can predict 0/245 of the variance of procrastination.

Conclusion: According to the results, we can say that with increasing the years of career, the amount of procrastination will decrease .Normally, with the rise of the years of career in the military, people who live in military environments become more consistent and their procrastination will decrease. This is while at the beginning of careers, due to inconsistency, as well as further activities of the individual, they prefer to escape from their responsibilities.

Keywords: Procrastination, Life Satisfaction, Job Burnout, Years of Career
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2016/11/26 | Accepted: 2016/11/26 | Published: 2016/11/26
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Khodabakhshi M, Sepahvandi M, Sheikhaleslami A, Habibi E. The Prediction of Organizational Procrastination and Life Satisfaction According to Job Burnout and Years of Career. J Mil Med. 2016; 17 (4) :207-213
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