Level of Self-esteem and its Relationship with the Job Ethics among Employees and Retirees in Jordan
Abstract This study aimed at exploring the level of self-esteem and its relationship with the job ethics among employees and retirees in Jordan. To achieve the objective of study, two measures have been developed: the self-assessment scale; consisting of (38) items and the ethics of the job scale; consisting of (66) items, and were measured against five dimensions. Reliability and validity of both instruments have been obtained. Both scales have been administered on a sample of (747) workers and retirees from the directorates of Balqa Governorate: (605) workers and (142) retirees, who were selected using simple random method. The results of study showed that there was a medium level of self-esteem among workers and retirees in Jordan. There were statistically significant differences of (a≤0.05) in the levels of self-esteem among workers and retirees due to gender and in favor of females workers. There were also statistically significant differences of (a≤0.05) in the level of job ethics among workers and retirees in favor of females retirees. The results revealed a positive correlation of moral significance between the self-esteem and the ethics of job among workers and retirees in Jordan.
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