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The Study of Relationships Between Organizational Culture and Interpersonal Self-Efficacy with Job Performance in Socso, Ipoh

The Study of Relationships Between Organizational Culture and Interpersonal Self-Efficacy with Job Performance in Socso, Ipoh

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This study deals with workers in the non-profit sector. The growth of non-profit organizations and the number of individual hired by the organizations have been clearly obvious in the past two decades (Najam, 2000; Ruckle, 1981, 1993; Salamon, 1999, 2001, 2002). It is estimated that non-profit growth will continue due to the demand of the services provided by this sector.
This study deals with workers in the non-profit sector. The growth of non-profit organizations and the number of individual hired by the organizations have been clearly obvious in the past two decades (Najam, 2000; Ruckle, 1981, 1993; Salamon, 1999, 2001, 2002). It is estimated that non-profit growth will continue due to the demand of the services provided by this sector.

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The Study of Relationships Between OrganizationalCulture andInterpersonal Self-Efficacy with Job Performance in Socso,Ipoh.______________________________________________________________________________________
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARATHESIS:
“The Study of Relationships BetweenOrganizational Culture and InterpersonalSelf-Efficacy with Job Performance in Socso,Ipoh.”
PREPARED BY:
AMIR AZROS BIN ABDUL AZIZ
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION(HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT)
 
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The Study of Relationships Between OrganizationalCulture andInterpersonal Self-Efficacy with Job Performance in Socso,Ipoh.______________________________________________________________________________________
1.0INTRODUCTION
This study deals with workers in the non-profit sector. The growth of non-profitorganizations and the number of individual hired by the organizations have been clearlyobvious in the past two decades (Najam, 2000; Ruckle, 1981, 1993; Salamon, 1999,2001, 2002). It is estimated that non-profit growth will continue due to the demand of theservices provided by this sector.As the non-profit sector has grown, so have research studies about the nature of these organizations. The range of the topics studied has included volunteemanagement, accountability, and financial issues (Stone, Hagger, & Griffin, 2001). Thetopic of this current research falls in the category of human resource development, as itfocuses on individual performance (Swanson, & Holton, 2001). Discussion on empiricalstudies regarding organizational culture, self-efficacy, and job performance is presentedbelow.This study involved two variables that are dependent variable (job performance)and independent variables (organizational culture and interpersonal self-efficacy). Allindependent variable in this study are the elements that manager may add in their performance appraisal system to increase its value.The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship amongorganizational culture and interpersonal self-efficacy with job performance of workers inparticipating human service organization in SOCSO, Ipoh.2
 
 
Relationships Among Demographic Variables,Organizational Culture,Interpersonal Self-Efficacy and Perceived Job Performance inSocso, Ipoh.______________________________________________________________________________________
1.1OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION (SOCSO)
The Social Security Organization (SOCSO) was formed as a governmentdepartment on 1 January 1971 to enforce the Employees’ Social Security Act, 1969. Itbecame a Statutory Authority effective 1 July 1985. SOCSO has been separated fromthe government’s New Remuneration System since 1 January 1992.Consequently, SOCSO’s new remuneration system was introduced. SOCSOadministers two social security schemes: the employment injury insurance scheme andthe invalidity pension scheme. These schemes provide protection for workers againstthe contingencies of employment injury including commuting accidents, andoccupational diseases as well as invalidity and death.The objective of the social security schemes is to guarantee timely and adequatebenefit payments workers and their dependants in the event of a mishap. SOCSOarranges for medical care, physical and vocational rehabilitation, besides promotingaccident prevention measures and instilling greater awareness with regard tooccupational safety and health at the work place. Rehabilitation services are providedwith the view to enable injured workers to return to active employment.3

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