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Job Satisfaction, Perceived Organisational Support and Subjective Well-Being of Medical and Paramedical Staffs of Hospitals in Public and Private Sector

Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Volume 5 Issue 4

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: Priyanka Singh Jadon, B. K. Upadhyay | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

The healthcare system in India has undergone several changes in the past few decades. It has affected the employees (directly and indirectly) working in that sector. As a responsibility of the physicians and the paramedics, satisfaction, well-being, and perceived organizational support lies on the management of the hospital. So, hospitals should be more attentive and must not take these attributes lightly as the consequences of that can be ominous. The factorial structure of job satisfaction and perceived organizational support scale was explored in the context of health sector and their relationship with well-being was determined using 778 medical and paramedical staff of both government and private hospitals in Madhya Pradesh. The study has indicated a significant relationship among the job satisfaction, perceived organisational support, and well-being of medical and paramedical employees from government and private hospitals in M.P. Further, the results report significant difference on different dimensions of job satisfaction, POS, and well-being across government/private hospital and medical/paramedical staff.

Keywords: Factorial Structure, Job Satisfaction, Perceived Organisational Support, Well-Being, Healthcare

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