Explaining the relationship between organizational commitment, organizational health and employee creativity of the Social Security Organization

Sanjar Salajeghe, Atefe Movagharzade

Abstract


The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between organizational commitment, organizational health and the creativity staff. The statistical population consisted of 230 staff of the Social Security Organization. The sampling method of present research is the simple random. By using the Cochran formula the sample size is equal to 144. The researchers use questionnaire that consists of 32 questions which are all questions for the whole five-item Likert is used to collect data. In this research, the structural relations model was used to analyze the data. To determine the validity and reliability of questionnaire the content validity and Cronbach's alpha coefficient were used. The amount of the organizational Commitment Questionnaire Allen and Meyer is equal to 0.85, the organizational Health questionnaire of the Hui et al (1996) is equal to 0.88 and Torrance creativity questionnaire obtained 0.92. For data analysis and hypothesis testing, statistical software LISREL was used. The results showed that there is a significant relationship the organizational commitment, organizational health and the staff creativity.


Keywords


organizational commitment, organizational health and the staff creativity.

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