1995 found that job satisfaction had more to do with work content and work environment than that of economic or individual difference variables (irvine & evans, 1995. The lack of research addressing the factors that influence nurses' job satisfaction and intention to turnover is a problem because if nurse administrators do not know what the nurses want, they cannot make changes to better satisfy the nurses. Satisfaction is classified as the dv while the factors of job satisfaction (work environment, pay and salary, fairness and promotion criteria) are classified as the iv.
Background job stress and job satisfaction are important factors affecting workforce productivity this study was carried out to investigate the job stress, job satisfaction, and workforce productivity levels, to examine the effects of job stress and job satisfaction on workforce productivity, and to identify factors associated with productivity decrement among employees of an iranian. Factors that affect social workers' job satisfaction, stress and burnout social work was classified as a scare skill and the retention of social workers is an important aspect that needs urgent attention.
Identifying factors which affect the job satisfaction of nurses daryl tongalag coleman university we live our lives aiming for satisfaction the satisfaction we want to achieve can be from our studies, our business, our health status, our body image, or our jobs. Nursing staff teamwork and job satisfaction beatrice j kalisch rn, phd, faan 1, hyunhwa lee rn, phd 2 and monica rochmanrn, bsn 3 1titus distinguished professor of nursing and director, 2post-doctoral research fellow, national institutes of. As work is an important aspect of people's lives and most people spend a large part of their working lives at work, understanding the factors involved in job satisfaction is crucial to improving employees' performance and productivity 221 age age is one of the factors affecting job satisfaction.
The identification of these factors and exploration of their effects on job satisfaction has the potential to refine the theoretical models of nurses' job satisfaction and aid the development of management interventions (blegen, 1993. Nurse job satisfaction levels relate to quality of care, turnover rates and hiring costs, and research shows a link between nurse job satisfaction and patient satisfaction high patient satisfaction scores, in turn, make the administrators and leaders happy. There's more to customer satisfaction than customer service the most pleasant experience with a person can't make up for bad food, faulty products, or shipping delays there are several factors - 10 of which are outlined here - that influence a customer's decision to return or move on. Development factors, job security factors, work task factors, policies of compensation and benefit factor and opportunities which give satisfaction to employees such as promotion and career development also has been.
The result of their study concluded that age, marital status, gender, salary, hours of work, position, and setting are the factors affecting the job satisfaction of nurses they also came up with a result that women are more satisfied with their jobs more than the male population and married women reported higher job satisfaction. (4) many factors are reported to affect job satisfaction among arab nurses, such as workload, incentives, job security, relationships with superiors, peers and organizational structure. On the other hand job-related factors that affect satisfaction relate to employees' desire to use their skills and abilities to make a meaningful contribution and to be valued. To determine the level of job satisfaction of nursing professionals in slovenian hospitals and factors influencing job satisfaction in nursing methods the study included 4 hospitals selected from the hospital list comprising 26 hospitals in slovenia.
The nurses mentioned essential elements that they believe would improve patient experiences of the quality of nursing care: clinically competent nurses, collaborative working relationships, autonomous nursing practice, adequate staffing, control over nursing practice, managerial support and patient-centred culture. In developed countries, there are many studies on the factors affecting job satisfaction of employees in enterprises, commercial banks such as the studies of weiss et al (1967), hackman, j r & oldham, g r (1974. A descriptive quantitative pilot study was conducted (n=178) by finn (2001), to identify the importance of nursing autonomy with registered nurses as a component of job satisfaction the statistical analysis of this study showed that nursing autonomy is a critical component of higher job satisfaction as it was highly ranked more than professional status, and organizational policies.