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Asian Journal of Nursing Education and Research
ISSN: 2349-2996(Online), 2231-1149(Print)
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Staff Nurses’ Satisfaction with Pay and Promotional Potential: A Comparative Study of Government and Private Hospitals of Udaipur District
S. R. Gajendra Singh
Sandeep Garg1, Dr. S. R. Gajendra Singh2
1PHD Scholar, Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan
2Professor, Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan
The largest group of workers in the healthcare sector is working as nurse staff. Though nurses can be hired in hospitals, private clinics as well as by individuals, the majority of nurses are working at hospitals. Health care managers realize that job satisfaction is very essential part for nursing staff retention. There are many factors such as working condition, job security, payment and promotion policy of organization; staff development services that impact on nursing staff retention. The present research paper aims to identify the staff nurses’ satisfaction with pay and promotional potential. To serve the objective descriptive research design is used and primary data is collected from 234 respondents with the help of questionnaire. Data is analyzed with the help of weighted arithmetic mean, t-test and chi-square test and it has been concluded that government hospital employees’ are more satisfied with pay and promotional potential.
Staff Nurse, Job satisfaction, Pay and promotional potential, Government Hospital, Private Hospital.
Sandeep Garg, S. R. Gajendra Singh. Staff Nurses’ Satisfaction with Pay and Promotional Potential: A Comparative Study of Government and Private Hospitals of Udaipur District. Asian J. Nursing Education and Research. 2020; 10(1): 45-49.
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