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Journal:   SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL OF RESCUE AND RELIEF   2017 , Volume 9 , Number 3 #a00499; Page(s) 59 To 67.
 
Paper: 

The relationship between occupational stress and employees’ organizational behavior in Red Crescent Society (central headquarter)

 
 
Author(s):  Dadresan Azam*, ASGARI MOHAMMAD REZA
 
* Naragh Azad University, Naragh, Iran
 
Abstract: 
Background: Today, stress is considered both as an individual and organizational problem. Regarding the critical role of Iranian Red Crescent Society in managing the country's crisis, its behavioral feedback in dealing with mental tensions and stress before unexpected events is considered essential. Given the working conditions of staff and the pressure on them, this necessity is felt more in Red Crescent Society. However, the main question of this research is to identify the relationship between occupational stress and employees' organizational behavior in Red Crescent Society (Central Headquarter). Method: In this quantitative study, descriptive-correlation method was used depending on the objectives and nature of the research and Pearson correlation coefficient was used to analyze the data. All employees of central headquarter (about 120 ones) were selected and studied by stratified sampling, and Krejcie & Morgan tables. Content validity and reliability were also confirmed. Findings: The findings showed that occupational stress has a significant relationship with decreasing the dimensions of organizational behavior such as altruism, sense of duty, literacy, and decency; but it does not reduce the sense of civic virtue among employees in Red Crescent Society. Conclusion: The results showed that occupational stress is related to the organizational behavior; however, it can enhance the effectiveness of the organization's goals through helping the social and psychological environment with important outcomes such as job satisfaction, organization protection, and organizational productivity.
 
Keyword(s): stress,organizational behavior,Red Crescent Society
 
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