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RME 2010, 2(2): 46-52 Back to browse issues page
Designing an Instrument to Assess Human Resource Productivity
F Mehrabian *, S Keshavarz Mohammadian, R Farmanbar
, mehrabian@gums.ac.ir
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  Introduction: human resources productivity supposed to be one of the important subjects for managers of organizations. In this regards, and to promote human productivity, universities as training centers have important role to train competent staffs. Evaluation consider as an important factor in human productivity and presenting a local profitable tool for this purpose is essential. The aim of this study was to design an instrument for assessing human resource productivity by using Factorial analysis in Guilan University of medical sciences.

  Methods: This is a sectional and analytical study that was carried out in Sep, Oct and Nov 2009.

  The study population consisted of 321 Faculty members and human resources departments of Guilan University of medical sciences. Validity of human resources assessment Tool carried out by using studies and item analysis.

  Content Validity and structure validity have been confirmed by expert panel method and factor analysis, respectively. Also, reliability and internal adaptation, evaluated by Test- retest and alpha kronbach methods.

  Results: The questionnaire with 5 headings and 42 questions achieved details were as follow: organizational culture with 18 questions, environmental condition (7 questions), Motivational factor (10 questions) and competencies (4 questions) and leader ship method (3 questions).

  Conclusion : regarding to reliability, validity, relevance and indigenousness of this instrument for assessing human resource productivity, it can be useful for universities of medical sciences. Also, this instrument can improve the effectiveness of faculty members educational activities and staffs.


Keywords: human resources productivity, Questionnaire, Validity, reliability, Factor analysis.
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