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KMID : 0614820060120030406
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2006 Volume.12 No. 3 p.406 ~ p.414
Empowerment, Performance and Job Satisfaction Perceived by Hospital Nurses
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Lee So-Yeon
Han Su-Ok
Jang Nan-Soon
Kim Yeon-Ok
Heu Jean Yeong
Yom Young-Hee
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the extent of empowerment, task performance and job satisfaction perceived by hospital nurses and the relationship among those variables.

Methods: The sample consisted of 261 nurses from a university affiliated hospital. Data were collected with self-administrated questionnaires including empowerment, performance and job satisfaction and analyzed using mean, standard deviation, ANOVA and test.

Results: The mean scores of variables were as follows. Empowerment was 4.6472, task performance was 3.7814, and job satisfaction was 3.1240. The older, more educated and more experienced nurses showed more empowered and higher job performed than the younger, less educated and less experienced nurses. Empowerment had a positive correlation with task performance and job satisfaction.

Conclusions: The results imply that hospital should develop the empowerment program for nurses to be more job performed and satisfied.
KEYWORD
Job satisfaction, Task performance and analysis
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