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Volume :39 Issue : 1 2011      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Determinants of the Relationship between Organizational Rank and Work Alienation

Auther : Humuod Saleh Alknaan

This study examined the relationship between organizational rank and the levels of work alienation that employees experienced in Saudi public organizations. The study was conducted on a random sample of 288 trainees attending different short training programs at the Institute of Public Administration. The results revealed that employees at different ranks experienced different levels of work alienation. In addition, the results of Analysis of Variance and Multiple Regression Analysis uncovered that age, education, job grade, span of control, formalization, and routines did not explain the variation in levels of work alienation that employees experienced in different organizational ranks. In fact, the variations in the levels of work alienation were accounted for by participation in the decision-making process and the level of autonomy.

Key Words: Work alienation, Organizational rank, Organizational power, Routines, Participation In Decision Making, Autonomy, Formalization, Job grade, Span of control

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