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The impact of Pareto Principle on the sale in automobile companies and airlines


Received: 24 Jun 2022
Revised: 21 Jul 2022
Accepted: 10 Aug 2022

Tahere Shokrallahzadeghan

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Abstract

The aim of the present study was to investigate the role of job attitude, religious beliefs and stress related behaviors in prediction of organizational behaviors of employees. method of the present study was descriptive – correlation. Participants were included all employees of Islamic Azad University of Ardabil city that 100 of them selected using simple random sampling method as sample. Job attitude, religious beliefs , stress related behaviors and organizational behavior inventories were used in order to gathering data. Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis were also used in order to analyzing data. Results indicated that from the Pearson Correlation and Regression, there is no significant correlation and significant relationship found between the stress and organizational behavior. However, both the religious beliefs and job attitude with organizational behavior have a relatively strong and significant relationship. Based on regression analysis, it reveals that there is positive and significant relationship between religious beliefs and job attitude with organizational behavior. according to the results conclusion is that job attitude , religious beliefs and stress related behaviors are essential variables that have impact on organizational behavior and researchers in this field should pay more attention to them.

Keywords: job attitude, religious beliefs, stress, organizational behavior.


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