|Statement||by Shirley M. Mendolia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 34 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||34|
The findings indicate that a significantly strong positive correlation was found to exist between job satisfaction and participation in decision-making (ρ=). The findings indicate also a positively strong correlation between participation in decision-making Cited by: A significant relationship was found between organizational structure variables and job satisfaction for public health nurses employed in down state Illinois local health departments. The findings of this study suggest that work environments in which supervisors and subordinates consult together concerning job tasks and decisions, and in which Cited by: One study that explored job satisfaction among public health nurses in Ireland (Curtis & Glacken ), concluded that there were three key contributors to job satisfaction among PHC Nursesnamely. Objective: This study examined the relationship of the organizational variables of structure, technology, and environment with job satisfaction among public health nurses in a southeastern state. Background: There is little research on the characteristics of the work environment that influence nurses to remain in the public health work setting.
While the relationship between nurses’ job satisfaction and their work in hospital environments is well known, it remains unclear, which factors are most influential in the nursing home setting. The purpose of this study was to describe job satisfaction among care workers in Swiss nursing homes and to examine its associations with work environment factors, work . The paper is organised as follows. Firstly, it illustrates the theoretical framework of this study focusing on dimensions of job satisfaction, work engagement, self-efficacy and agentic capacities in relation to nurses' turnover intention and patient satisfaction. Secondly, it describes the research methodology and the data gathered in the by: Job satisfaction or employee satisfaction is a measure of workers' contentedness with their job, whether or not they like the job or individual aspects or facets of jobs, such as nature of work or supervision. Job satisfaction can be measured in cognitive (evaluative), affective (or emotional), and behavioral components. Researchers have also noted that job satisfaction measures vary . Homberg and McCarthy () conducted a metastudy of motivation and job satisfaction among public servants. They found that individuals motivated by desire to serve the public experienced greater job satisfaction in public service roles. This relationship becomes even stronger when an individual’s job explicitly allows them to serve the public.