An Effectiveness of the Determinants of Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Job Performance – A Case Study on Health Sector in Ethiopian Context

  • Dr. S. M. Murali Krishna, Mrs. Auadhati Datta and Dr. N. Ramya

Abstract

Employees’ play an important role for effective functioning of organizations, so employee’s job satisfaction and performance is a very essential elements, hence the need arises to study the determinants of the job satisfaction and performance .This study tries to analyze and look for leading determinants of job satisfaction and performance such as pay, promotion, job safety and security, working conditions, job autonomy, relationship with co-workers, relationship with supervisor, and nature of the work. In this study on effects of the determinant on employees’ job satisfaction and job performance (A case study of different Hospitals of Hawassa). In this study the impact of determinants on job satisfaction and performance, overall job satisfaction and performance level of employees, the relationship between factors which influence the job satisfaction and performance, and to suggest areas of improvement on the determinants of the satisfaction and performance .In this study from probability sampling technique stratified random sampling was used and  among 134 population 99 respondents were selected, but 94 respondents  returned the questionnaire with 95% of response rate. To analyze the data by using SPSS version 19 we use descriptive statistics, tables, Pearson correlation coefficient, regression analysis, and reliability test. The analysis indicate that the health professionals pay system was not appropriate with what they have been dong in the organization, current trend about safety and security of the organization were in good position, the overall performance job satisfaction of health professionals were in good position, predictor variables (independent variables) have positive relation with  job satisfaction and  job performance. The organization should design health professionals pay system which is attractive to retain and to increase their commitment to the organization, should provide the necessary tools and training, and should facilitate the conditions to enhance the level of overall satisfaction; as the satisfied health professionals can serve the customers more effectively and efficiently.

Published
2020-06-04
How to Cite
Dr. S. M. Murali Krishna, Mrs. Auadhati Datta and Dr. N. Ramya. (2020). An Effectiveness of the Determinants of Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Job Performance – A Case Study on Health Sector in Ethiopian Context. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(11s), 1240 - 1247. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/20817
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