International Academic Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

  • ISSN 2454-2210

The impact of Organizational Culture on employees’ Job Burnout

Mahdi Kheirandish,Ali Farahani and Bahmn Nikkhoo

Abstract: The present research aims on investigating the relationship between organizational culture and job burnout of Melli Bank employees of Tehran city. This research is descriptive-surveying with applied research methodology. Statistical population of this study include 3500 Melli bank employees of Tehran city, 380 of whom were selected based on Morgan and Krejcy table as sample. Data collection tool was Hofsted Organizational Culture Questionnaire and Jackson and Maslach job burnout questionnaire. Data analysis showed the significant and negative relationship between organizational culture and job burnout. In addition, results of regression analysis showed that power distance, individualism, and masculinity dimensions re able of predicting job burnout, and uncertainty avoidance dimension doesn’t have ability of significant prediction for job burnout. Organizational culture and its elements control employees’ behavior in organization, and promotion of organizational culture reduces employees’ job burnout

Keywords: Organizational culture, job burnout, descriptive-correlative, individualism, masculinity

Page: 42-56

Volume 3, Issue 2, 2016