This study aims at examining the effect of job rotation system effectiveness on improving the reform of administrative processes in Region 2 of gas transmission operations. The research design is descriptive-correlational and it is an applied research study. For collecting data, a standard questionnaire was employed. This questionnaire is based on the Likert scale and its reliability was measured by Cronbach's alpha coefficient. In addition, validity was confirmed by experts. Data was analyzed by regression and SPSS software. In this study, 850 personnel (managers, experts and employees) of the region of two gas transmission operations took part and finally a sample of 280 participants contributed randomly in this study. The findings revealed that there is a relationship between the developments of human capital regarding job rotation dimensions and the reform of administrative processes. The value of correlation coefficient equals 0.103. Therefore, a relationship was observed between changes in human capital regarding job rotation dimensions and the reform of administrative processes. The correlation coefficient was defined as 0.392 and the research hypotheses were confirmed. An efficient and developed system in which all members are provided with their interests can be achieved through change and transformation in the administrative system. These changes include some solutions in which effective agents can confine the occurrence of administrative abnormalities and improve the administrative structure in the country. This ideal structure consists of well-planned and integrated effort for making fundamental changes in the public administration system and its health. Moreover, this structure increases the capacity of public administration for achieving a remarkable national progress and developmental goals. One of these agents is applying job rotation system within the organization.

Biografia do Autor

Massoud Ghaffari, Instiute of Higher Education Noure Hedayat (Non- Government University)

Master of Public Administration in Human Resources, Faculty of Management, Instiute of Higher Education Noure Hedayat (Non- Government University), Iran. 

Raziyeh Bahranifard, Islamic Azad University

Bachelor’s degree in English, Faculty of English, Najafabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran. 


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