The model of social cohesion of employees in government organizations: a Grounded theory approach

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Saeed Jafari Nia, Yousef Vakili, Akbar Hassanpoor, Salah Abdulhasan Khammat Alabbas


Purpose of the study: Considering the importance of social compliance of employees in the organization and its negative consequences in organizational behavior, the purpose of this study was "model of social compliance of employees in government organizations base on a grounded theory approach

Research Method: In this research, the paradigm model of "employee social compliance" is presented with the help of Strauss and Corbin model with systematic grounded theory approach and in-depth interviews. The statistical population was experts and university professors as well as managers with experience in government organizations in a sample of 20 people who were sampled by purposive sampling method and snowball. Spikard method was used to design the interview.

Results: 3 categories of factors: "dissatisfaction with the current situation in the job and organization", "obedient organizational silence" and "lack of opportunity for growth and promotion" as underlying factors, 4 categories of factors "mental and psychological factors", " Factors related to management style and leadership of managers "," Factors related to work and job of its nature "and" Environmental factors "as causal factors; 5 categories of factors "legal factors"; "Managerial factors - supervision"; "Technical-technological factors"; "Financial factors" and "cultural factors" as intervening factors, 3 categories of factors: "improving working conditions", "improving internal communication" and "improving manager-employee interactions" and "improving employees' mental state", as factors strategies; And 3 categories of factors "individual consequences", "job consequences", and "organizational consequences" were selected as the consequences of the phenomenon of social compliance in the studied government organizations.

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