Relationship between Quality of Work-Life and Job Satisfaction of the Employees in Public Hospitals in Rasht

AUTHORS

Mehrdad Goudarznand-Chegini 1 , * , S. Ghazaleh Mirdoozandeh 2

1 Associate Professor of Behaviour Management, Department Public Management, Islamic Azad University Rasht branch

2 Master of Public Management HR trends, Islamic Azad University Rasht branch

How to Cite: Goudarznand-Chegini M, Mirdoozandeh S G. Relationship between Quality of Work-Life and Job Satisfaction of the Employees in Public Hospitals in Rasht, Zahedan J Res Med Sci. 2012 ; 14(2):e93601.

ARTICLE INFORMATION

Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences: 14 (2); e93601
Published Online: May 28, 2011
Article Type: Short Communication
Received: August 16, 2010
Accepted: September 09, 2010
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Abstract

Background: The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between quality of work-life and job satisfaction regarding their educational level of hospital employees in Rasht, Gilan.

Materials and Method: Statistical society included 2,800 staffs of governmental hospitals in Rasht, in which 338 persons were selected by categorized sampling. Using a standard questionnaire, we collected necessary data and analyzed them using Pearson correlation, correlation coefficient and regression analysis.

Results: Our findings showed that between each component of the quality of working life and job satisfaction of employees with 99% confidence level and 1% alpha according to the correlation coefficient (R) and a significant positive relationship.

Conclusion: Overall results expression and a significant positive correlation between the components of quality of work life and job satisfaction and variable reduction effect on the severity of education relationship between dependent and independent variables. [ZJRMS, 2012 14(2): 108-111]

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