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3 2017, 9(2): 92-112 Back to browse issues page
Sociological study of effective factors on how to perform tasks and work commitments(case study of fire department staff in east of Tehran)
Ismail Jahanbakhsh Dr *
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Background: One of the most important characteristics in organizations is the ethical feathers of the human resources in workplace. Work commitment is one of the important areas of work ethics that is influenced by a variety of factors in macro levels of community, organizational and personality. Work commitment in Parsons’ AGIL schema is defined as a set of individual moral and emotional attachments toward organization, colleagues, community, and job. However, this research investigates sociologically the factors affecting the performance of duties and job obligations of firefighting personnel in the east of Tehran.
Method: In this descriptive-correlation research, which is applied in terms of purpose is presented in the form of ten hypotheses. All fire department personnel in the east of Tehran were studied by stratified random sampling and finally 300 persons were selected. Data were gathered and analyzed by using questionnaires, SPSS software, and statistical tests such as Pearson correlation coefficient, multivariate regression analysis, and path analysis. Validity and reliability were investigated by examining a sample of the population (30 persons).
Findings: According to the results, the correlation coefficients between six variables including group identity (relational), social identity, professional identity, organizational identity, organizational participation, and job satisfaction have a meaningful relationship with job commitment variable. Moreover, the multivariate correlation coefficient between the dimensions studied coefficient of determination were r= 0.820 and R2=0/673 respectively that means 67% of the variation of the dependent variable of job commitment is covered by the mentioned independent variables.
Conclusions: Organizational justice is one of the most important factors in forming a work commitment. According to the results, the level of justice is not optimal in view of employees and needs to be reviewed. In addition, work commitment is on a good level among employees of firefighting organization based on the research.  However, there is a direct and positive relationship between variables. Moreover, as much attention is paid to the components of organizational participation, group identity relational identity, social identity, professional identity, organizational identity, organizational participation, organizational justice, and job satisfaction better results are achieved and the employees of fire department will have a greater work commitment
Keywords: Commitment, Organizational Commitment, Public commitment, professional commitment, Group commitment, Employee, Tehran firefighting organization.
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Jahanbakhsh I. Sociological study of effective factors on how to perform tasks and work commitments(case study of fire department staff in east of Tehran). 3. 2017; 9 (2) :92-112
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فصلنامه علمی پژوهشی امداد و نجات Quarterly Scientific Journal of Rescue and Relief
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