The effects of job satisfaction level on intention to leave and job search behaviour of health noncommissioned officers

Journal of Biometrics & Biostatistics

ISSN: 2155-6180

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The effects of job satisfaction level on intention to leave and job search behaviour of health noncommissioned officers

3rd International Conference & Exhibition on Biometrics & Biostatistics

October 20-21, 2014 DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore - BWI Airport, USA

Caglar Unlu, Unal Demirtas, Mehmet Cetin and Yusuf Ziya Turk

Accepted Abstracts: J Biom Biostat

Abstract :

Objective: One of the most important requirements for successful, happy and productive people is job satisfaction. This is the feeling of contentment with being detection of individual provided by work. At the same time, job satisfaction is an emotional reaction developed as result of the employee's job and work environment assessment. The main objective of this study is to examine the job satisfaction, role argument, role indefiniteness of the Health Noncommissioned Officers. Material and method: A questionnaire including job satisfaction ınventory, developed by Sahin, ?Role Conflict and Role Ambiguity Questionnaire? developed by Rizzo, House and Lirtzman and some characteristics of the participants has been used for data collection to 105 health non-commissioned officers. Mann-whitney U and Kruskal Wallis tests have been used for analizing the survey data. Results: The mean age of participants was 29.01▒1.59. 26% of participants serve on the field and 65% at the hospital. 76% of participants graduated from GMMA Health Noncommissioned Officers College. The marital and children status, graduated school and duty station status of the participants didn?t affect the job satisfaction level. The highest level of role ambiguity are the ones who work in the headquarters. Conclusion: Job satisfaction for health noncommissioned officers express the level met by direction of expectations for physical, spiritual and social needs. This for people is one of the most important factors for their successful, happy and productive. Employees'job satisfaction shows differences between job groups, as well as the same jobs, among regions and countries, or even between institutions vary.

Biography :

Caglar Unlu graduated from GŘlhane Military Medical Faculty and has been officially registered as a MD student in the MD Programme of the Department of Military Health Services, GŘlhane Military Medical Academy, since October 01, 2012.

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