The moderating effect of organizational commitment on the relationship between spiritual intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior in Isfahan steel factory

Maryam Yazdani, Young Club, Khorasgan Brunch, Etebarian Khorasgan, Mehdi Abzari, Khorasgan
unpublished
Aim: The purpose of this research was to study the moderating effect of organizational commitment on the relationship between spiritual intelligence and. organizational citizenship behavior. Method: This practical research is a field survey and its nature is descriptive and correlative. The statistical population of this research is formal support staff in expertise position and higher of the Isfahan steel factory in 2012 which are reported to be 500 persons. The number of samples was counted
more » ... mples was counted 217 persons using the table, and sampling was done randomly. The King questionnaire was used to collect information for spiritual intelligence , Podsakoff ,et al & Netemeyer, et al questionnaire was used for organizational citizenship behavior and Allen &Meyer questionnaire was used for organizational commitment. The reliabilities of 3 questionnaires were calculated To be,0/94, o/74, 0/87. For data analysis, inferential statistics methods (Pearson correlation, Hierarchical multiple regression) were used. Results: The results of this research showed that there is a positive and Significant correlation between spiritual intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior Also The moderating effect of organizational commitment on the relationship between spiritual intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior was confirmed.
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