Investigating the Effects of Professional Ethical Components on Organizational Culture.Case study (sugar refinery of Jovein, Sabzevar)
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AbstractAbstract. Creating and maintaining an ethical organizational culture is an undeniable necessity for today's organizations. In this type of culture, values, environmental ethical beliefs and philosophical procedures on which the organization is established. The main purpose is addressing the cyclical effects of organizational ethical categories. Assumptions include: there is a correlation between the predictability in the organization and legitimacy of the organization. The correlation between organizational legitimacy and the increase organizational commitment causes organizational predictability; the organizational responsibility can increase the organizational commitment level. This study is conducted using the correlation coefficient between variables of job satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment with each other and with the desire to stay and job performance, by using of multiple regression, relationship between the variables, measuring them and their meaningfulness on a sample of 50 people working in the Sugar refinery of Jovein city in 2013. Results showed that the variables of job satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment had a meaningful relationship with the desire to stay and job performance, as well as job satisfaction and job involvement had a meaningful relationship with job performance, but there were no meaningful relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction.