NURSE'S JOB SATISFACTION IN CHOSEN PRIVATE HOSPITALS IN ISABELA, PROVINCE

Jonalyn Banihan Balauro, Rianne Maie Castillo Mangaoil, Angelito Estoeta Alvarado, Mariell Anne Feliciano Angoluan, Hazel Joy Galande Apaga, Danica Ducusin Ariola, Haziel Claire Cantor Ballad, Viell Marie Sagun Pecson

Abstract


Job satisfaction has been the motivational factor every employee aspires in order to enjoy and develop passion in performing their job efficiently and effectively. This study aims to determine the job satisfaction of registered nurses in chosen private hospitals in Isabela, Province. This Quantitative research, a descriptive correlational study conducted among 30 nurses who works in the said place through accidental sampling technique. The questionnaire used is a researcher-made consist of two parts the profile of the respondents and the nurse's job satisfaction parameters through a likert scale. Findings shows through pearson's chi-square C test at 0.05 level of significance that nurse's in chosen private hospitals in Isabela showed no significant relationship between job satisfaction profile. It is concluded when grouped according to their profile, where C>.05 analysis, that there is no significant relationship between the respondents job satisfaction and their profile, these parameters do not influence their job satisfaction. However, for the position of the respondents; the significance C value was less than 0.05; this means that there is a significant relationship between the job satisfaction of the respondents and their position. This study will help the private hospitals to determine the factors that influence the job satisfaction of the nurses.

Keywords


Job Satisfaction, Registered Nurse, Private Hospitals in Isabela Province

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