Considering the Effect of Organizational Health on the Work Enthusiasm in Faculty Members of Islamic Azad University of Tehran
This study aimed to investigate the effect of organizational health on work enthusiasm among faculty members of the Islamic Azad University of Tehran. The statistical population of this study consisted of 2522 faculty members of the Islamic Azad University of Tehran. 335 individuals were selected using the Morgan table and multistage cluster sampling method. The instrument of measurement in the present study were a 44 item questionnaire of organizational health (OHI), and an 17 item questionnaire of work enthusiasm and Likert five-point scale (2001) and the results of Pearson correlation coefficient test showed that there is a meaningful relationship between organizational health and work enthusiasm, and between organizational health and work enthusiasm components, and the results of multiple regression showed that organizational health has a positive and significant effect on work enthusiasm. According to the value obtained for the t-statistic for all three components of work enthusiasm, it can be stated that being dedicated to work component has the most effect on organizational health.