The Effect of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment on Nurses’ Performance
Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Reviews. eISSN: 2395-6518, Vol 7, No 6, 2019, pp 332-339
8 Pages Posted: 22 Jan 2020
Date Written: 2019
The purpose: of this study was to find the impact of organizational commitment and Job satisfaction on nurses’ job performance.
Methodology: The study conducted at the hospital of Ibn al-Athir and employed a quantitative method by structured questionnaires to collect the data. 200 questionnaires were distributed randomly and only 108 valid surveys likewise; the valid questionnaires have been analyzed by SPSS to exam the impact of organizational commitment and job satisfaction on job performance.
Findings: the results indicated there is a positive and significant impact of Job satisfaction on nurses' performance. However, the three components of organizational commitment, Affective Commitment, Continuance Commitment, and Normative Commitment have a positive and significant impact on nurse's performance. The findings of this research indicate that employees' job satisfaction and organizational commitment components play a critical role in nurses' performance.
Implications: of this study to enrich the body of literature in the context of Iraq, which is suffering from a lack of studies related to nurses' performance.
Novelty: the study provided useful and valuable recommendations to hospitals to increase nurse performance in the context of Iraq.
Keywords: Job performance, Job satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Nurse, Affective Commitment
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