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  • Practices
  • The final sample of 290 participants rated empowerment practices in their workplace, as well as their job attitudes, service effort and turnover intention. (mendeley.com)
  • Statistically significant results were obtained for a full mediating effect of job attitudes on the relationship between empowerment practices and turnover intention. (mendeley.com)
  • Managers in service industries in China should carefully monitor employee job attitudes towards the empowerment practices. (mendeley.com)
  • burnout
  • And, while "fewer younger physicians, employed physicians and primary care physicians report feelings of burnout" than do their more established counterparts, the fact that older physicians are feeling a diminished sense of job satisfaction has more immediate repercussions, as these experienced doctors retire or seek other types of employment. (staffcare.com)
  • outcomes
  • Health wellness programs are beneficial to employee health outcomes, but they are extremely beneficial to organizations in regards to employee retention, and job satisfaction. (bartleby.com)
  • Expanding the role of medical assistants to better support providers can improve not only traditional outcomes but also job satisfaction. (aafp.org)
  • For the study, Darius K-S Chan, Chun Bun Lam, Suk Yee Chow, and Shu Fai Cheung examined the job-related, psychological, and physical outcomes of sexual harassment in the workplace. (medindia.net)
  • Using some statistical techniques, the researchers analyzed findings from 49 studies on workplace harassment, with a total sample size of 89,382 people, to investigate the effects of sexual harassment and job-related outcomes. (medindia.net)
  • salary
  • And while only 59.4 percent of respondents are satisfied with their salary, nearly 75 percent of respondents are happy with their job in general. (globenewswire.com)
  • physicians
  • However, as the authors themselves point out, this physician job satisfaction survey data should perhaps be taken with a grain of salt: "physicians and others do not always take the steps they indicate that they will on surveys. (staffcare.com)
  • highly satisfied
  • People who are highly satisfied in their jobs report good feelings about their bosses, peers and coworkers," says Loehr. (prweb.com)
  • 2013 ), Japanese academics, for example, feel highly satisfied with their job, but are highly stressed at the same time. (springer.com)
  • Survey
  • Despite that, nearly 74 percent of respondents are satisfied with their jobs, according to the survey, up from 69.8 percent in 2014. (globenewswire.com)
  • Indeed, with its revelation that about half of all doctors are feeling burned out and fed up with the healthcare industry, the survey of more than 17,000 doctors indicates that physician job satisfaction is on the decline, implying that the nation's ongoing physician shortage may get worse before it gets better. (staffcare.com)
  • An existing, validated questionnaire12 modified from the Dentists Satisfaction Survey (DSS)1 was used for this study. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • researcher
  • And it is not clear from the condensed single question measure above whether the respondent's notion of "satisfaction" matches that which is intended to be measured by the researcher. (worldbank.org)
  • found
  • Neither age nor race or Hispanic/Latino ethnicity were found to be associated with job satisfaction after other factors were accounted for. (hhs.gov)
  • We found that satisfaction with the amount of leisure, with environment and with housing come last in the pecking order of happiness and well-being, said Professor Theodossiou. (rxpgnews.com)
  • We found that there is a cumulative effect of job satisfaction on health that appears as early as your 40s," said lead author Jonathan Dirlam, doctoral student at The Ohio State University, in the US. (mangalorean.com)
  • Of the 29 satisfaction measures surveyed, only seven were found to have sufficient reliability and construct validity. (worldbank.org)
  • report
  • The people who score in the top 10 percent of job satisfaction report they are also taking care of themselves in the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical realms," says Dr. Jim Loehr , CEO of the Human Performance Institute in Orlando, FL. (prweb.com)
  • somewhat
  • Of those surveyed, 78 percent reported being somewhat or very satisfied with jobs and working conditions. (governing.com)
  • participants
  • The results showed that nearly 45 per cent of participants had consistently low job satisfaction, while another 23 per cent had levels that were trending downward through their early career. (mangalorean.com)