Examining the workforce- empowerment instruments and methods, factor analysis approach (Case: Food Industries of Qom Province)
Abstract. The most important capital of each organization is its employees. Therefore organizations need powerful employees to create competitive advantage and to continue surviving. These employees must be able to quickly adjust to changes in environmental changes and to solve organizational problems. The indexes affecting employee- empowerment have been examined in the present research through reviewing the previous studies. Three main factors were extracted after factor and exploratory analyses were conducted. With regard to the research literature, these three factors included occupational factors, personal factors, and organizational factors. Multi- variable regression, correlation coefficient, variance analysis, and Friedman test were used to examine the correlation between the main extracted factors. The results of the regression indicated that there is a significant relationship between the three organizational, personal, and occupational factor and the employees’ occupational performance. Friedman test also indicated that the organizational factor was more important in empowering the employees.
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