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Purpose: The most effective and influential capital of any organization is the human resources of that organization. The promotion of financial and physical resources results from human resources development. Recognition and identifying the factors affecting job performance is one of the important management plans in the macro scale. Therefore, its related factors such as attracting, training, educating and maintaining employees, are planned in a better way and implemented by human resources management. If ethical values ​​such as commitment to work, honesty and integrity are followed, the organization's job performance and success will increase. The present study was conducted with the aim of explaining the relationship between work ethics and job performance of the administrative-therapeutic staff of the University of Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences and affiliated centers in 1396.
 Methodology: This research was done by descriptive-analytic method . The statistical population of the study was the entire 1506 administrative-medical staff of the University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences and its subsidiary centers (Razi Psychiatric Hospital, Rofeideh Rehabilitation Hospital and Mafi Rehabilitation Center) in 2017. Among them, a sample of 250 employees were selected by randomized class method as the statistical sample. The research instrument consisted of a valid and reliable questionnaire on 15 questions about Patterson's job performance, 50 questions about Gregory's Criterion Work ethic that has 4 dimensions (attachment and interest, seriousness and perseverance, healthy relationships, and collective spirit and participation), and a demographic information questionnaire. To analyze the data, in the descriptive statistics section, indicators such as statistical tables and distribution and percentage , and in the inferential statistics section (with regard to the abnormal distribution of data) non-parametric tests of Spearman's correlation coefficient and Mann-Whitney U test were used.
Findings: The mean age of the participants in the study was 36.5 years. 56% of the participants were male, 74.1% married, 59.8% employed in Razi Hospital and 41.3% holding a bachelor's degree. The results showed that there is a significant positive correlation between work ethic and its dimensions with job performance of employees (P<0.001 , R2 =0.366). Regarding to the fact that the value of correlation coefficient of attachment dimension and the interest of work ethics with job performance is 0.566, the correlation coefficient of the persistence of ethics with job performance is 0.556, the correlation coefficient of the relationship of healthy work ethics with job performance is 0.512 and the amount of the correlation coefficient of the collective spirit of work ethics with job performance was 0.570, Therefore, there is a significant relationship between all aspects of work ethics and job performance(P<0.001).
Conclusion: Regarding the direct relationship between job ethics and job performance, it can be said that the promotion of employee morality is associated with an increase in employee job performance. For this purpose, it is suggested that the attention to work ethic in various aspects of epistemic programs and organizational learning be increased, in order to increase the performance and active participation of employees in organizational matters and to performing the individual responsibilities. The managers of the university and its subsidiaries also must pay attention to the various ethical dimensions of the administrative-medical staff in order to increase the level of their employees' job performance and try to raise the moral level of employees by setting workshops, forming problem-solving teams and setting an encouragement system for their employees.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Rehabilitation Management
Received: 15/07/2018 | Accepted: 31/10/2018

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