Investigation the Relationship between Organizational Climate and Job Burnout of Personnel

Foziyeh Salari, Hossein Zainalipour, Ali Akbar Shaikhi Fini

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The purpose of the study is investigation the relationship between organizational climate and job burnout of personnel in University of Bandar Abbas. This study was a descriptive survey and the survey instrument was two questionnaires. Statistical society was all of personnel in University of Bandar Abbas. Sample size (231 persons) determination is based on the Cochran formula and Stratified random sampling method was used. After data collection, data analysis was performed using SPSS. Results showed that organizational climate, group spirit, enthusiasm, and devotion focuses on the production is above average and is in good condition. The status of staff burnout is higher than average in governmental universities in Bandar Abbas. Results showed a significant negative relationship between organizational climate and burnout. Also results showed that there is a significant correlation between the nuisance parameters, confidence, enthusiasm, and cast considerable emphasis on production and burnout.

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