Document Type : Research Article (Original Article)
PhD candidate of Science and Technology Policy Management, Faculty of Management and Accounting, Allameh Tabataba'i University, Tehran, Iran.
Instructor, Payame Noor University, Sari, Iran.
MSc in Executive Management, Payame Noor University, Tehran, Iran.
Job satisfaction as one of the important variables being studied in organization treatment, is a subject to which the managers of the organizations pay special attention in a way that it is considered as the final goal for the managers in organization behavior issues. Considering the organization culture variant as a crucial and effective factor on job satisfaction, the general purpose of the current research is to study the relation between organization culture and job satisfaction of the employees in Iran's National Company of Distribution of Petroleum Products in the district of Mazandaran Province. A statistical society of 420 of this company was considered in order to respond to the problem of existence and intensity of the relation between the two variants being studied. Accordingly, along with a comprehensive review of the subjective literature relating to the organization culture and job satisfaction, 235 cases as statistical samples were selected among the above mentioned statistical society. Then, in the form of field and library research, necessary data and information were collected by using the questionnaire and SPSS software and Lisrel software were also used in order to perform the related statistical tests to study the affectivity between the organization culture and job satisfaction of the employees in the National Company of Distribution of Petroleum Products. The result of the research shows that the totality of the affectivity of organization culture factors on the job satisfaction of the personnel of National Company of Distribution of Petroleum Products in Mazandaran Province is admitted based on the structural equations, and the variables of Organization Identity and Relation Model have been the most effective factors on the personnel satisfaction. On the other hand compromise or conflict and manager support (or protections were the least effective factors.