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Comparing the Effectiveness of Stress Disclosure, Patience Practice and Phone call Methods on the job commitment among militaries
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Introduction: The present study aimed to compare the effectiveness of patience practice, stress
disclosure and phone call methods on Job commitment.
Method: This method was conducted experimentally using pre-test and post-test on the 54
employees of one of the military units stationed in the Persian Gulf. The questionnaire
form was standardized based on the Meyer and Allenchr('39')s questionnaire. No control were
used in this study.
Results: The results showed that all three intervention methods of increasing job commitment were
effective. The average of job commitment, the maximum increase was observed in groups of
Patience Practice, Stress Disclosure and Phone call Methods, respectively.
Conclusion: job dissatisfactions and turnover of personnel in the military organizations has a negative
effect on combat and morale ability of other employees. The increase of commitment is of the best
methods which practically causes a close relation by heart between individual and organization. Job
commitment in military organizations has a double necessity and importance. According to the
results of this study, a suggestion is that to increase the job commitment, training of patience and
creating of psychological Debriefing groups should be included under advisement of military

Keywords: Stressful Events, Phone call methods, Military personnel
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/10/14 | Accepted: 2016/10/14 | Published: 2016/10/14

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