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Volume 15, Issue 35 (9-2019)                   goljaam 2019, 15(35): 71-96 | Back to browse issues page

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rahimpour S, ghodratiyan A, chitsazyan A. Pathology of Factors Affecting the Conservation and Increasing Manpower of Handmade Carpets (Case study of Shiraz). goljaam. 2019; 15 (35) :71-96
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-508-en.html
1- arak univeacity
2- kashan univercity
Abstract:   (176 Views)
The role of human resources and its effective management in the development and development of countries is known. In handmade carpet industry, attention to human tissue is not considered as the most dynamic element of the cycle of production of handmade carpet booms. Therefore, this research was conducted with the aim of pathology of factors influencing the preservation and increase of manpower of handmade carpet weavers in three levels of environmental factors, micro-environment and internal factors in Shiraz. In total, after reviewing the research background, 83 variables were identified in 3 dimensions of environmental factors, micro, or industry and in-organization environment. The method of data collection was using library and field resources. Questionnaire data collection tool. Data analysis was done descriptively and inferential using Testifodent and Friedman test. The results of the research indicate that out of a total of 83 variables, 60 positive, 4 negative and 19 variables have been negatively affected. Of these 19 negative variables, 11 variables are related to macro environment factors, 3 variables related to the industrial environment, and 5 variables related to the internal dimension of the organization. Therefore, it can be said that these factors are the environments that have the most negative effect on the stagnation or flourishing of the carpet industry and, consequently, the increase or decrease of weavers in Shiraz.
     
Type of Study: Research |
Received: 2018/03/11 | Accepted: 2019/02/12 | Published: 2020/08/28

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