The Effect of Organizational Neuroticism on Job Attachment of Refah Bank’s Employees (Case Study: Refah Bank’s Employees of the South of West Azerbaijan Province)

Saleh Yasamani, Mehdi Imani


The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of organizational neuroticism on job attachment of branches in the Refah bank of the southern west of Azerbaijan province. The population of staff welfare bank branches was 170 people. The research methodology applied is descriptive-correlation. Also, a standard questionnaire was used to collect data. Validity, approved by supervisors and a number of professors of management and reliability, was confirmed by Cronbach's alpha. To analyze the data, the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test and linear regression were used. The results showed that 95% level of organizational neuroticism (anxious, depressed, dramatic, obsessive, paranoid and schizoid) is positive. The branches of Refah bank have significant effect on job involvement.


Neurotic Organization, Job Involvement, Bank.

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