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Journal: JOURNAL OF CAREER & ORGANIZATIONAL COUNSELING | Year:1389 | Volume:2 | Issue:5 | Start Page:71 | End Page:92

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CORRELATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL, ETHICAL AND MORAL-BASED LEADERSHIP VALUES WITH JOB STRESS AND EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION AMONG EMPLOYEES OF ZOOBAHAN STOCK COMPANY

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 Start Page 71 | End Page 92

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 This research was administered with the purpose of studying the combined relationship between ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES, moral- based leadership and ethical values with JOB STRESS and EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION. Research statistical population was 7000 employees of ZoobAhan Stock Company in autumn 1388. A total of 385 persons were selected by stratified sampling. Research instruments included ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES questionnaire (with 40 items and five subscales, namely humanities/ethical developmental values, participation/human relations values, values toward quality and customers, external organizational social values and economical/supportive values), MORAL-BASED LEADERSHIP with 9 items, CORPORATE ETHICAL VALUES with 4 items, JOB STRESS index with 15 items and EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION with 9 items. Data gathered from research questionnaires were analyzed via Pearson's correlation coefficient and stepwise regression analysis. Stepwise regression analysis showed that the MORAL-BASED LEADERSHIP (b=0.274), values toward quality and customers (b=-0.297), economical/supportive values (B=0.274), values toward quality and customers (b=-0.297), economical/supportive values (b=0.127) and external organizational social values (b=0.119) had significant predictive power (P<0.05 or P<0.01) for JOB STRESS. Also the results of stepwise regression analysis showed that MORAL-BASED LEADERSHIP (b=-0.248), CORPORATE ETHICAL VALUES (b=-0.156), values toward quality and customers (b=0-0.145) and economical / supportive values (B=0.109) have significant predictive power (P<0.05 or P<0.01) respectively for prediction of EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION.

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