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IJHSR. 2014; 4(12): 240-251


Developed Strategies for Improvement Organizational Climate and Job Performance of Administrative Employees At Faculty of Nursing, Zagazig University in Egypt.

Manal Saleh Moustafa, Magda Atiya Gaber.

Abstract
Background: Organizational climate is a social structure that can either promote performance or impede it, and thus may be considered a buffer between individual skills and motivation and various work outcome. The aim of Present study is to be developed strategies for improvement organizational climate and job performance of administrative Employees at faculty of nursing, Zagazig University in Egypt.
Methods: The study was conducted at faculty of nursing Zagazig University, Egypt. Methodological design was used to achieve the objectives of the present study. Two types of samples were used: A convenience sample of administrative Employees and Jury committee. The questionnaire sheets were used to collect data organizational climate assessment, job performance assessment questionnaire and opinionnaire sheet.
Results: both female and male employees reported negative perception about all dimensions of organizational climate as pattern of communication, organizational structure, employee participation in decision making and the nature of work, technology and leadership (76.9%, 64.6%, 63.1%, 61.5%, 58.5%, 50.8%) respectively. the faculty employees never coordination and cooperation with others to perform the work, correct errors resulting from the performance of their work is available, have ability that enables them in innovation and work development, adjustment in the case of emergency situations at work, (78.5%, 76.9%, 75.4%, 73.8%,) respectively, no statistically significant relations between personal data and employee performance.
Conclusion: total organizational climate were negative, total employee job performance not satisfactory, highly statistically significant positive correlation between total organizational climate and employee job performance, no statistically significant relations between personal data and employee performance. All dimensions and items of organizational climates and job performance considered weak point. Developed and validate strategies for improvement organizational climate and job performance of administrative Employees.

Key words: Organizational climate, job performance, Performance appraisal, administrative Employees, developed strategies.



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