Professional pressure and its Impact on Delinquent Behavior in the work Environment An analytical study of the views of a Sample of workers in small and medium-sized business organizations in Najaf Governorate
Keywords:professional pressure, delinquent behavior, small and medium-sized business organizations.
The objective of this study was to determine the role played by professional pressure in influencing delinquent behavior in the regulatory environment of the sample (105) individual.
In order to achieve the objective of the study, two main hypotheses were formulated through a number of statistical methods such as weighted mean, standard deviation, relative importance, correlation coefficient and regression equation. After analyzing the data collected by the questionnaire, (Johnson et al.,2005) for professional pressure and scale (Wan,2012:43) The study reached a number of conclusions, perhaps the most prominent of which is the existence of a clear understanding in the research sample on the concepts of the main and secondary study and that the increase of the impact of professional pressure in the work environment has clear indications in Find behavior Abusive or deviant. The study concluded with a number of recommendations, the most important of which was the necessity of the organization seeking to harness all its potentials to reduce the pressure on the employees of the organization to eliminate the emergence of negative behavior in the internal work environment.
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