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Quality of Work Life – Linkage with Job Satisfaction and Performance

  title={Quality of Work Life – Linkage with Job Satisfaction and Performance},
  author={R. L. Gayathiri and Dr. Lalitha Ramakrishnan},
The increased complexity of today’s environment poses several challenges to hospital management during the next decade. Trends such as changing organizational structures, increased knowledge and specialisation, interdisciplinary collaboration, advancement of technology, new health problems and health care policy, and sophistication in medical education have a part to play. All these affect the nursing profession and skill requirements as well as their commitment to performance in hospitals. In… 
Impact of Quality of Work Life on Turnover Intention: A Study on Private Health Care Units in Odisha
The findings reveal that the job dimensions have a significant association with the quality of work life (QWL) of health care employees and the perceived QWL of employees is significantly and positively influenced by the operational HR interventions in the health care units.
Relationship between Quality of Work Life and Job Stress among Nurses in Critical Care Units
There was a significant negative fair correlation between staff nurses’ quality of work life perception and their job stress.
Individual and social variables and their effect on Case/Care Manager Job Satisfaction: an exploratory study
This study showed that that the main strategies used to regulate emotions are the Cognitive Response and the Social Contact and that a specific training on coping and emotion regulation may be implemented in graduation and post-graduation courses.
Influence of The Quality of Work Life on Organizational Effectiveness and Customer Orientation in 119 Paramedic's
This study examined the influence of the quality of work life on the organizational effectiveness and customer orientation in 119 paramedics. This study also offers basic data for improving the
The Influence Of Job Stress On The Components Of Organisational Commitment Of Health Care Personnel In The Eastern Cape Province South Africa
Results of the study showed significant relationships between job stress and organisational commitment showing that job stress has an effect on the commitment of workers.
Quality of Working Life among Nurses at a General Hospital in Malaysia
the study was conducted at a General Hospital in Malaysia, focusing on the nurses as the unit of analysis. Job Content, Job Context and Personal Life were parsimoniously selected as the independent
Development of Intention to Stay Model for Temporary Nursing Staff in RS UNAIR
QNWL is a predictor of intention to stay trough job satisfaction and commitment, and it is recommended that more focused interventions on QNWL, job satisfaction, and commitment developments may improve intention toStay.
Quality of Working Life in the Emergency Department: Physicians’ and Nurses’ Perspective
This descriptive phenomenological qualitative case study aimed to examine the perceptions of emergency department (ED) workers regarding quality of working life (QWL). Nine QWL dimensions were
The Relationship between Quality of Work Life and Organizational Commitment
The purpose of this research is to find the relationship between Quality of Work Life and organizational commitment The data was collected from random governmental Saudi Arabian hospitals. This
An Investigation of the Relationship between Job Rotation and Quality of Work Life of Employees at Kerman Province Social Security Organization
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between job rotation and quality of life work in the organization. Based on theoretical and comparative study of theories related to


Dimensions of hospital nurses' quality of working life.
Further research is needed with other groups of nurses in a wider variety of settings in order to examine strengths and weaknesses in the total healthcare work environment and to develop appropriate strategies for nurses' quality of working life.
Quality of work life and productivity among Iranian nurses
Investigation of the relationship between the QWL and productivity among 360 clinical nurses working in the hospitals of Tehran University of Medical Sciences showed that theQWL is at a moderate level among 61.4% of the participants, and Spearman-rho test showed a signifi cant relationship between productivity and one’s QWl (p < 0.001).
Organizational Culture, Quality of Work Life, and Organizational Effectiveness in Korean University Hospitals
  • Ji-Young An, Y. Yom, J. Ruggiero
  • Business, Medicine
    Journal of transcultural nursing : official journal of the Transcultural Nursing Society
  • 2011
Intact organizational culture and quality of work life for nurses will undoubtedly lead to improved organizational effectiveness and without efficient and effective nursing care, desired patient outcomes cannot be achieved.
Burnout and productivity among Iranian nurses.
Efforts to alleviate burnout among nurses should lead to an increased quality of patient care and improved quality of work life; if not, health-care systems will pay the price for nurses' burnout through the quality of services that they offer.
Testing Karasek’s Demands-Control Model in Restructured Healthcare Settings: Effects of Job Strain on Staff Nurses’ Quality of Work Life
Nurses with higher level of job strain were found to be significantly more empowered, more committed to the organization, and more satisfied with their work, supporting Karasek’s Demands/Control theory.
A New Measure of Quality of Work Life (QWL) Based on Need Satisfaction and Spillover Theories
A new measure of QWL was developed based on need satisfaction and spillover theories. The measure was designed to capture the extent to which the work environment, job requirements, supervisory
The effects of quality of working life (QWL) on employee behavioral responses
Quality of work life (QWL) was conceptualized in terms of need satisfaction stemming from an interaction of workers' needs (survival, social, ego, and self-actualization needs) and those
The Work-Related Quality of Life scale for healthcare workers.
The Work-Related Quality of Life measure is one of the most succinct yet psychometrically valid and reliable Quality of Working Life scales in the literature and it is proposed that it can appropriately be used in healthcare organizations to assess quality of working life.
Quality of work life in doctors working with cancer patients.
The QWLSI can provide an indication of workers' health well-being and of organizational performance in different areas of work life and suggests that prevention should focus on reduction of work hours, development of support and change in leadership style.
Quality of working life indicators in Canadian health care organizations: a tool for healthy, health care workplaces?
Increase in targeted HCO resources, inclusion of other QWL indicators and greater integration with HCO management systems could all improve HCO decision-makers' access to information relevant to employee health.