The Role of Hospital Management to Enhance Nursing Job Satisfaction

Tantri Arini, I Gede Juanamasta

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Introduction: Hospital management must strive to create a work environment that can build nurse autonomy at work empowerment carried out by management in the workplace will be a crucial way to support nurse autonomy so that nursing job satisfaction can be created. The study aimed to identify the relationship between the role of hospital management with nurse job satisfaction. Methods: This research was conducted using a cross-sectional design, with a correlation analytic study design, and the sampling technique used was simple random sampling. The total samples in this study were 41 people. Data collection on hospital management roles was collected using the CWEQ II (Condition for Work Effectiveness-II) questionnaire, while nurse job satisfaction used MMSS (The McCloskey / Mueller Satisfaction Scale). The data analyzed by Pearson Rho. Results: Based on the results of the study obtained, the majority of respondents aged 21-40 years (63.4%), most respondents had vocational education background (73.2%), and most respondents had work experience > 10 years (58.5%). Based on the results of the Pearson correlation test obtained p-value < 0.05 (0.005), so it means that there was a relationship between the role of hospital management with nursing job satisfaction. Conclusions: Nurse managers can consider structural empowerment in the work environment for their employees. The quality of the nurse's work environment at the work unit level is not only important to improve the quality of service to patients, but also has an important role in improving the welfare of individual nurses themselves. 


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job satisfaction, workplace, nurse administrators

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