JOB SATISFACTION AND COMMITMENT AMONG SECONDARY TECHNICAL NURSING SCHOOLS EDUCATORS IN KAFER El-SHEIKH GOVEGNORATE

Nahed Abdalla Fathalla


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Currently satisfaction and commitment among nurse educators are closely associated with each other (IJ Job satisfaction of nurse educators represents her feelings about job aspects as supervision, work condition, pay opportunities and practices of school m Nurses educator job feelings result from their perception about their jobs and de1,rree to which there is a good or bad fit with their schools m Feelings of job satisfaction is a pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of nurse educators to their job experience (4 >. High level of job satisfaction lead to increase morale of nurse educators, and decrease their life stress, turnover, lateness, and burnout. Satisfied nurse educators arc secure in the1r job and have more loyality to their work (S,r.>. On contrary low level of nurse educators job satisfaction increases problems, decrease desired expectation, results and produce negative effects on environmental congruence Apparently low Satisfied nurse educators expenence additional occupational stress, conflict and eventual withdraw from their jobs (?,B)_ Harzberg's (1959) two - factor theory or dual factor theory ofjob satisfaction and motivation, explain that nurse educators could be motivated by two classes of variables termed motivator and hygiene factors. The motivator variable called intrinsic factors and promote satisfaction. They are related to personal growth and self-actualization as achievement, recognition, work itself, responsibility, and advancement. The hygiene variable called extrinsic factors related to the work environment include policy & administration, supervision, work condition, interpersonal


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Other Titles الرضا والالتزام الوظيفي بين مدرسات التمريض بالمدارس الثانوية الفنية للتمريض بمحافظة كفر الشيخ
Issue Date 2005
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/33778


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