:: Volume 11, Issue 4 (3-2017) ::
2017, 11(4): 101-106 Back to browse issues page
Perceived Human Resource Practices & Its Relation with Positive Attitudes toward Work & Organizational Ethics
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Background: Research on the attitude of the employees make managers aware of their views and expectations toward their jobs, assigning duties and organizational climate and also getting the managers to know whether implemented policies and procedures are fair from the viewpoint of employees or not. Therefore, present study aimed at investigating the relationship between perceived human resource practices and positive attitudes toward work and also testing mediator role of organizational ethics.

Method: This study is descriptive-correlation. Statistical population includes all 181 employees of 1 and 2 educational districts of Urmia; using random sampling 127 members were selected as a current research sample. The data were collected by using standard questionnaires. Structural equations model was used to analyze data.

Results: The results of the statistical analysis showed that there was a positive relationship between perceived human resource practices and organizational ethics. There were also a positive relationship between organizational ethics and positive attitudes toward work. The relation between perceived human resource practices and positive attitudes toward work was proved but its direction was negative. However, perceived human resource practices and organizational ethics would predict positive attitudes toward work through mediating role organizational ethics.

Conclusion: According to the results, we concluded that perceived human resource practices had the strongest relationship with organizational ethics. Moreover, Findings confirmed the mediating role of organizational ethics and significant positive indirect effect of perceived human resource practices on positive attitudes toward work. 

Keywords: Human Resources, Positive Attitudes toward Work, Organizational Ethics
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/03/24 | Accepted: 2017/03/24 | Published: 2017/03/24


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