FACTORS INFLUENCING NURSING JOB SATISFACTION IN STATE AND PRIVATE HOSPITALS IN BANDA ACEH INDONESIA

  • Aida Rachmiana

Abstract

Job satisfaction is an essential problem for all organisations including hospitals, regardless of state property or private property in providing health services. This study aims to determine the effect of work itself, promotions, working condition, pay, supervision and co-worker relationship to nursing job satisfaction in a state hospital and a private hospital in Banda Aceh. This research is a comparative cross-sectional study and the data collection tool in the form of a questionnaire. The sample in this study was conducted by purposive sampling with a total of 353 nurses namely 213 state hospital nurses and 140 private hospitals nurses. The data were analysed using the Pearson correlation test, simple linear regression, Independent sample t-test and multiple linear regression. The results of the bivariate study showed a relationship and influence of the factors of work itself, promotion, working condition, pay, supervision and co-worker relationship on the job satisfaction of nurses in both hospitals. The results also showed that there were significant differences in the work itself, promotion, working condition, pay, supervision, co-worker relationship and nurse job satisfaction between the two hospitals.

 

Author Biography

Aida Rachmiana

School of Graduate Studies, Management & Science University, 

Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Published
2020-07-01
Section
Articles