Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 8, Issue 3 (2019)
Ergonomic assessment of job satisfaction level among nurses of Ludhiana city
Sujata Kumari and Harpinder Kaur
Nursing profession has been an important part of both the ‘curative and preventive’ aspects of the country’s health organization. Nurses may be the best friends of patients. Although they get paid for their job, but the concern and care they show for the patients are incomparable and most of the time goes beyond any financial remuneration. In health care profession, the component of service to humanity is very strong and is characterized by typical traditions, knowledge and skill of a subject field. Nurses are accessible even doctors are not available and supply health care or attention at the doorstep. Responsibilities and roles of nursing have multiplied over the year, but there are immense concerns with respect to the development of the pre-service and in-service education and human resources topic for their career growth. Therefore, the present study was undertaken to know the job profile of the nurses, to assess job satisfaction level among nurses and to find out correlation between personal factors and job satisfaction level of the nurses engaged in hospitals of Ludhiana city by using subjective scale. The results showed that maximum numbers of respondents were having medium level of job satisfaction followed by low.
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Sujata Kumari and Harpinder Kaur. Ergonomic assessment of job satisfaction level among nurses of Ludhiana city. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(3):2295-2298.