دانشگاه علوم پزشکی شهید بهشتی
عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Aim: Organizational culture of an organization is one of the fundamental staffs' job satisfaction factors. This study aimed to compare the effects of organizational culture on faculty members and staffs' job satisfaction using Hofstede's model. Material and Methods: In a descriptive applied study 156 subjects including: faculty members and staffs of Shahid Beheshti university of Medical Sciences were randomly selected and studies in 2015. Minnesota questionnaire were used to job satisfaction and measuring dimension of organizational culture (distribution of high power, ambiguity aversion, masculinity/femininity and individualism/collectivism) by modified Hofstede's model in five spectrums of Likert scale. Results: The study population consists of %39 faculty members and %60.9 staffs, %66.7 percent were women and %74.4 of them were married. Mean and standard deviation of age was 42.3±9.7 years old. Most of people were opposed to the distribution of high power and masculinity and demanding ambiguity aversion and collectivism. Significant and direct relationship was observed between job satisfaction and collectivism among staffs. The rate of individualism variable effect was little more than power distribution. There was significant difference in ambiguity aversion alone among faculty members and staffs' opinion (p<0.001). The rate of job satisfaction was more among faculty members (p<0.001). Conclusions: Faculty members' job satisfaction was more than staffs. Hence modifying of distribution high power and patriarchy in organizational culture and ambiguity aversion could increased staffs' job satisfaction?