Abstract: The aim of this study is investigating the relationship between organizational culture and job satisfaction among employee of Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences in 2013. This is a descriptive-analytic study. This study is including 332 patients who were selected statically. Tools for data collection are including Valach descriptive Job questionnaire and organizational culture scale questionnaire. Data were analyzed using SPSS-16 Software, t-tests, ANOVA, pearson correlation coefficient and stepwise regression analysis. The findings show that the average corporate culture and job satisfaction are respectively (4/11) and (3/26) of 5.These numbers indicate that organizational culture and job satisfaction levels are relatively desirable in the study population. Also, there is a significant positive relationship between organizational culture and job satisfaction. Stepwise regression results of organizational culture and job satisfaction variable indicates that there are four variables of innovation culture, service history, support culture and marital status remained in the final model among the variables in the initial regression model. Comparing the standardized coefficients indicates that innovation culture and marital status variables with respectively values of, 0/497 and 0/104 has the strongest and the weakest effect on the dependent variable of job satisfaction. In another hand, the variables of organizational culture (innovation culture and supportive culture), work experience and marital status have the 53/7% of the variability job satisfaction as independent variables. All components have the favorable position except the salary average. The payment methods have less employee satisfaction among the five variables of job satisfaction. Results showed that there is a significant relationship between organizational culture subsets: innovation culture, bureaucratic culture and supportive culture and job satisfaction factors. This shows that the organizational culture value will probably affect the job satisfaction, feels about the manager, staff, salaries and promotion.
Abdolhamid Zokaei, Arash Ziapour and Neda Kianipour, 2016. Evaluation of Relationship Between Organizational Culture and Job Satisfaction among Employee of Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences. The Social Sciences, 11: 4005-4012.