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    Volume 3 Number 5 May 2018

Nurses’ Job Satisfaction Dilemma: The Role of Psychological Capital, Team Spirit and Task Significance

Pages: 28-36
Authors: Irma Tyasari, Talha Imam
Abstract
Employees’ satisfaction with their job is crucial in every kind of organization in any industry. More importantly when there is a matter of health, it is critically important to have satisfied employee in health care organizations, i.e. hospitals. Past literature has identified crucial issue of job satisfaction among nurses in Pakistan government hospitals. After considering the urgency and importance of this vital issue, current study measured the relationship between psychological capital, esprit de corps, task significance and job satisfaction among 255 nurses from government hospitals of Hyderabad, Pakistan. Out of 400 distributed questionnaires 260 were collected back which formed 65% response rate. The collected data was analyzed with the help of Smart-PLS 3. Current study results showed that psychological capital, esprit de corps and task significance are positively and significantly predicts job satisfaction. Conclusion and recommendations are further discussed.

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