IDO MOVEMENT FOR CULTURE

Journal of Martial Arts Anthropology


Abstract - Relationship between Organizational Justice and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among Managers, Staff and Faculty Members of Departments of Physical Education in Iran

Background. Employees’ perception of justice in compensation programs, organizational procedures and interpersonal behaviors can have a key role in developing and encouraging organizational citizenship behavior.
Aim. The purpose of this study was relationship between organizational justice perception and organizational citizenship behavior among Managers, Staff and Faculty Members of Departments of Physical Education in Iran.
Methods. The research methodology has been a survey and it is descriptive-correlation from the method view of data collection. In this research the statistical population included Managers, Staff and Faculty Members in 11 Departments of Physical Education in national universities of Iran, that with consideration to size and accessibility of sampling method, to determine sample size, 201 people (N=201), were selected as sample size. In order to gather data two standard questionnaires with high validity and reliability which as: organizational Justice and organizational citizenship behavior were used. In order to analyze the data, the descriptive statistics and inferential statistics (Pearson Correlation Coefficient) were applied.
Results. The research finding indicated that between organizational justice and organizational citizenship behavior a significant mutual relationship was confirmed (P=0.000, r = 0.771). Also there was significant and positive relationship between three dimensions of organizational justice with organizational citizenship behavior, and also five dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior with organizational justice.