Measuring the Effect of Strategic Social Responsibility on Occupational Meaningfulness with the Moderating Role of Ethical Leadership
As a method of having strong relationships with internal stakeholders of the organizations, corporate social responsibility is a good strategy for gaining positive occupational qualities like Occupational Meaningfulness (OM). Regarding this, the study was conducted to measure the effect of Strategic Social Responsibility (SSR) on OM with the moderating role of ethical leadership. The study was applied in terms of the purpose and descriptive-survey in terms of method. The population was all the employees of the National Center for Identification of Goods and Services who were 90 people. Cochran formula was used to determine the sample size, with the sample size needed as 74 people. A standard questionnaire was used for data collection whose reliability was confirmed using Cronbach's alpha coefficient as 0.889. The Structural Equations Modeling (SEM) software Amos was used to analyze the collected data. The results showed that SSR has a significant effect on OM with the moderating role of ethical leadership. Moreover, SSR has a significant effect on OM. OM also has a significant effect on organizational identity.