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Predictors of Job Satisfaction:How Satisfied are the Young Generation Doctors in Corporate Hospitals


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Today corporate hospitals can be successful provided they ensure continuously the satisfaction of their doctors. Job satisfaction comprises the degree of an individual’s feelings towards and satisfaction with present job activities, the accomplishment and responsibilities as well as the degree of an individual’s satisfaction with all aspects that directly or indirectly related to the present job and job content. Hence job satisfaction is the consequence where as job engagement is the antecedents. Fully engaged doctors are more satisfied and will more likely to remain with the hospitals .Keeping in view the above, a thorough understanding of the factors associated with job engagement is much needed where job satisfaction will be playing a major role. Job switching and doctors turnover are becoming recent experience since the young generation doctors enter the corporate hospitals. The study explores the level of job satisfaction and also tries to find the relationship between the individual and job satisfaction related factors on the job satisfaction of young generation doctors working in corporate hospitals. A total of 210 doctors participated in the survey and the findings revealed factors found significantly affect the job satisfaction and the practical implication of the study has great importance to the corporate hospitals in developing their strategies to increase the job satisfaction among the new generation doctors entering the workforce.

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Job Satisfaction, Job Engagement, Workforce, Health Care Sectors.
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Authors

Avipsa Padhi
Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), Bhubaneswar, India
Ayasa Kanta Mohanty
Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), Bhubaneswar, India
Manoranjan Dash
Siksha O Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), Bhubaneswar, India

Abstract


Today corporate hospitals can be successful provided they ensure continuously the satisfaction of their doctors. Job satisfaction comprises the degree of an individual’s feelings towards and satisfaction with present job activities, the accomplishment and responsibilities as well as the degree of an individual’s satisfaction with all aspects that directly or indirectly related to the present job and job content. Hence job satisfaction is the consequence where as job engagement is the antecedents. Fully engaged doctors are more satisfied and will more likely to remain with the hospitals .Keeping in view the above, a thorough understanding of the factors associated with job engagement is much needed where job satisfaction will be playing a major role. Job switching and doctors turnover are becoming recent experience since the young generation doctors enter the corporate hospitals. The study explores the level of job satisfaction and also tries to find the relationship between the individual and job satisfaction related factors on the job satisfaction of young generation doctors working in corporate hospitals. A total of 210 doctors participated in the survey and the findings revealed factors found significantly affect the job satisfaction and the practical implication of the study has great importance to the corporate hospitals in developing their strategies to increase the job satisfaction among the new generation doctors entering the workforce.

Keywords


Job Satisfaction, Job Engagement, Workforce, Health Care Sectors.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F192187