عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of sexism eventson on womens job performance with moderating role of psychological hardiness and resiliency.
Method: The statistical population was all of female employees of Shahid Chamran University. 230 employees were selected from the population by simple random sampling method. The instruments used in this study include Schedule of Sexist Events (Klonoff, & Landrine, 1995), job performanc (Paterson, 1922), psychological hardiness (Kyamrsy, Najarian, & Mehrabizadeh, 1999) and resiliency (Connor, & Davidson, 2003) questionnaires. Pearson correlation coefficient and moderating regression analysis used for data analysis.
Results: The results of the regression analysis showed that Sexism Events predicted womens job performance. In addition, psychological hardiness and resiliency moderated the relationship between job performance and Sexism Events.
Conclusion: So, given that psychological hardiness and resiliency are trainable variables, training programs suggested to develop these two variables.