The administrative work environment and its relationship to job alienation among the supervisors of youth and sports forumsAuthor(s):
Dr. Hasan Ghali MahawiAbstract:
This study aimed to identify the degree of influence of the administrative work climate in terms of the individual work climate, the organizational work climate and its relationship to job alienation and its fields are Feeling of pessimism, a sense of helplessness, isolation, and dissatisfaction in youth and sports forums, as the number of Supervisors (180) supervisor. This study relied on the descriptive survey method A set of results, the most important of which are: The perceptions of the research sample about the existence of the administrative work climate in the youth and sports forums came at a high level, while their perceptions about the level of job alienation among the respondents came at a medium level. The study showed that there is a significant effect of the administrative work climate in its two dimensions on job alienation in youth and sports forums It showed that there is a significant effect of the individual side on the feeling of job alienation, and there is no significant effect of the organizational side on the feeling of job alienation. The study recommended the need to pay attention to the work environment in terms of the incentive system used in the directorates of youth and sports, and the importance of the role of the individual and job security, as well as the need to strive towards building an organizational culture that supervisors resort to. Pages: 19-25 | Views: 103 | Downloads: 42Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Hasan Ghali Mahawi. The administrative work environment and its relationship to job alienation among the supervisors of youth and sports forums. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2023;5(5):19-25.