The effect on reducing corruption organization Transparency mediated by organizational trust studied Khordad hospital staff Varamin.

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Conservation organizations are looking for new tools and one of the tools that can help organizations to meet goals, organizational transparency. Trust is the foundation of empowerment and the leadership role in the formation and increase organizational effectiveness is undeniable. Without confidence there is no chance of achieving its strategic objectives. However, corruption is an issue that has been in all ages gripped agencies and organizations and many scientists and thinkers thought political core had formed. The affects the confidence to reduce corruption in the hospital 15 KHordad Varamin aim of study was to investigate the effect of reducing corruption organization Transparency brokered trust an organization that has been done in the hospital 15 May Varamin population of the research doctors and nurses of the hospital staff khordad Varamin which are about 280 people; to determine the sample size of the sample which is used to broadcast a larger number of questionnaires A total of 184 questionnaires were analyzed in total. The results show that the trust does not affect transparency. And corruption


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