School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
World over, there has been a dearth of nursing staff in hospitals. It has been observed that our most precious asset – „A Nurse‟ is disappointed with the working conditions in the hospital settings and intends to quit her profession which she chose with a lot of enthusiasm. A multi-component approach rather than a single strategy would work to create the milieu of job satisfaction. Efforts need to be made to motivate employees for Hygiene factors (extrinsic factors), such as good working conditions and interpersonal relations focus on dissatisfaction and promote satisfaction among the employees, and motivators (intrinsic factors) such as recognition, promotions on achievement and the work itself increase motivation and commitment to their jobs.
International Journal of Science and Research Methodology
(2018). Motivation: An integral part towards job satisfaction among nurses. International Journal of Science and Research Methodology, 9(2), 28-38.
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