Conflict Rate and Job Satisfaction among Staffs in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Rafsanjan Township as a Case Study

Mohammad Naji, Hamied Tabouli

Abstract


This study is to investigate conflict rate and job satisfaction among staffs in the public organizations in Rafsanjan Township in the Islamic republic of Iran. In this study, staffs personality, laws and guide directions, staffs needs, communications and job satisfaction is investigated by examining the staffs’ salary, job nature, supervisor and salary of staffs’ colleagues and their promotion. This was a quantitative study. All data of this study have been collected by using questioner. All data of this study have been analyzed quantitatively by using the SPSS software. Statistical society of the study was people who have worked in the public organizations in Rafsanjan Township. This study has chosen 385 staffs and has distributed two types of questionnaires namely job satisfaction and conflict questioners among them randomly. Finally, this study has concluded that
1. There is a reciprocal relationship between conflict rate and job satisfaction.
2. There is a negative relationship between conflict rate and payments.
3. There is a reciprocal relationship between conflict rate and job nature.
4. There is a negative relationship between conflict rate and supervision style.
5. There is a negative relationship between conflict rate and colleagues.
6. There is a reciprocal relationship between conflict rate and promotion opportunity.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ach.v3n2p49

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