Background: Lack of job commitment can have adverse effects on the organization. Psychosocial factors are factors affecting employees' work and job commitment. Objectives: Aim of this study is relationship between psychosocial factors at work and job commitment in employees of Kerman medical science university in 2014. Design: This study used descriptive correlational and cross-sectional methods. The population of all central office staff Kerman University of Medical Sciences, 400, and sample size using Cochran formula, 147 were selected. Two questionnaires were used in this study: psychosocial factors of work questionnaire with validity 0/95 and reliability 0/72, and job commitment questionnaire with 0/ 93 Validity and Reliability 0/93 s was estimated. For data analysis, the Pearson and Spearman correlation and regression testing through software SPSS edition 22 was used. Results:The findings showed that there is not any relationship between psychosocial fact and all dimensions with job commitment in Kerman University of Medical Sciences. Conclusions: In this case that psychosocial factors have no relationship with commitment, it can be argued that moderated factors such as individual attitudes, organizational structure, culture, the university, the workload, so the results have been impressive is that these factors are not controlled.
Keywords : psychosocial factors at work, commitment, job commitment