RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORK PLACE CONDITIONS AND INDIVIDUAL PERCEPTIONS OF JOB SATISIFACTION
1. Lanaya Irvin, University of Delhi, India, Researcher, India
In today's contemporary world, when the level of stress brought on by one's place of employment is steadily increasing, stress has become an extremely widespread issue. An unfavourable emotional behaviour as a consequence of elements connected to work is the subject of this event. One of the key human criteria that enables employees to accomplish their task well is having a workplace environment that is physically comfortable. The setting in which an employee is required to work has the greatest impact, both positively and negatively, on the employee's work engagement and productivity. The subjects of the study were registered nurses working in public hospitals, and there were a total of 50 people that participated in the survey. According to the findings of the study, providing a physically pleasant atmosphere for workers is critical to ensuring that they are happy in their jobs and that they are productive.
The survey questioned female nurses working in government clinics in the Agra region about their working conditions and how satisfied they were with their jobs. Numerous studies have indicated that the high mental and physical demands of the nursing profession make nurses more vulnerable to developing occupational stress. A person's physical and emotional well-being may suffer if they are forced to endure an unpleasant environment on a regular basis. Nurses of all ages are suffering from burnout due to the horrible conditions in which they must work. Nurses of all experience levels report feeling stressed by the deplorable working circumstances. The findings connected the high levels of stress and job dissatisfaction experienced by nurses to the unfavourable physical characteristics of the workplace.
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I thank the following individuals for their expertise and assistance in all aspects of our study and for their help in writing the manuscript. I am also grateful for the insightful comments given by anonymous peer reviewers. Everyone's generosity and expertise have improved this study in myriad ways and saved me from many errors.
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Irvin, Lanaya. “RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORK PLACE CONDITIONS AND INDIVIDUAL PERCEPTIONS OF JOB SATISIFACTION.” Scientific Research Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, vol. 1, no. 1, 2022, pp. 20-23, https://isrdo.org/journal/SRJAHS/currentissue/relationship-between-work-place-conditions-and-individual-perceptions-of-job-satisifaction
Irvin, L. (2022). RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORK PLACE CONDITIONS AND INDIVIDUAL PERCEPTIONS OF JOB SATISIFACTION. Scientific Research Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, 1(1), 20-23. https://isrdo.org/journal/SRJAHS/currentissue/relationship-between-work-place-conditions-and-individual-perceptions-of-job-satisifaction
Irvin Lanaya, RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORK PLACE CONDITIONS AND INDIVIDUAL PERCEPTIONS OF JOB SATISIFACTION, Scientific Research Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Science 1, no. 1(2022): 20-23, https://isrdo.org/journal/SRJAHS/currentissue/relationship-between-work-place-conditions-and-individual-perceptions-of-job-satisifaction