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Allahverdi M, Farahabadi E, Sajadi H.  Prioritizing factors effecting on human resources productivity: Viewing of middle class managers in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences-2009. jhosp. 2011; 9 (3 and 4) :77-85
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Background: Since, multidisciplinary & Combination of different factors that affecting on productivity of human resources are different in organizations due to variation in indoor and outdoor features, so the aim of this study was to prioritize the factors effecting on human resources productivity by viewing of middle level managers to make the basis of human resources management decisions to manpower planning and maintenance for reducing costs due to staff quitting.

Materials & Methods: This cross-sectional & descriptive study was carried out in 2009 .Middle class managers in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences examined as a statistical population. Data collected used by researcher constructed questionnaire that validation was confirmed through interviews with faculty members and experts. Cronbach alpha was calculated for reliability (0/935). Data analyzed by SPSS statistical software the maximum means score was 5 and the minimum was 1.

Results: Management style with a mean score of 4.41 was the most important factors in human resource's productivity. Factors related to individuals with a mean score of 4.3, culture with a mean score of 4.1, organizational structure with a mean score of 4.06, compensation systems with a mean score of 4, courses of training with a mean score of 3.85 and environmental factors that related to physical space with a mean of 3.769 compared to other options had less consequence.

Conclusions: Reforming employment systems and organizational structures, job enrichment, needs of educational planning, devolution to the middle levels managers and decision supervised measuring in the volume and balance with each other  and further fields. Health incentive programs with job skills and staff development can be affected to increase productivity of human resources and promoting health system.

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Received: 2010/07/6 | Accepted: 2010/12/1 | Published: 2013/08/6

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