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Survey of staff perceptions and expectations towards work and working conditions at OECA

Heather Knoepfli

Survey of staff perceptions and expectations towards work and working conditions at OECA

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Published by Ontario Educational Communications Authority in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario Educational Communications Authority -- Employees,
  • Ontario Educational Communications Authority -- Personnel management,
  • Women -- Employment -- Ontario -- Case studies,
  • Sex discrimination in employment -- Ontario -- Case studies,
  • Affirmative action programs -- Ontario -- Case studies,
  • Educational television stations -- Ontario,
  • Women in the television industry -- Ontario -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for...Human Resources Department, by Heather Knoepfli
    ContributionsOntario Educational Communications Authority
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 146 leaves.
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19601614M

    We have prioritized our major goals. We first have to register in program X. The psychological work environment is therefore the set of those characteristics of work environment that affect how the worker feels. Personal respect in the workplace includes but not limited to such issues as discrimination and segregation based on age, gender or racial background, sexual harassment and the role of personal politics in forming workplace relationships.

    Career Paths Career paths exist for someone like me in this company People get ahead as fast here as they do in other places In general, career moves are handled fairly at the Company. Instead, it is simply a list of dimensions and items that you may find in an Employee Survey. Clear communication is so important, and I miss that sometimes. Participants stated that several tasks and assignments have been transferred to nurses with a lower qualification in order to work as efficiently as possible and to achieve higher productivity.

    The physical environment may offer more or less physical safety. Therefore, it appears that the most important situational effect on job satisfaction is what the job itself is linked to and may be the most important personality trait to predict job satisfaction core self-assessment. What can affect employee attitude? The original expectations may have been unrealistically high or low. Does the workplace return the favor?


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Survey of staff perceptions and expectations towards work and working conditions at OECA book

It is focused on improving patient care, patient safety and patient experiences by creating a good and healthy work environment for nurses.

See more Book a free consultation Want to learn more about how we work with schools and multi-academy trusts? Participants therefore believe it is essential to monitor and measure outcomes, as long as the monitoring is directly related to patient care.

The analytical procedure and findings were discussed within the research team to improve the quality of analysis. According to participants, the first key aspect means that nurses must have substantive knowledge related to the nursing profession. Related articles. Employee well-being is becoming increasingly important as organisations realise the link between happy healthy staff and their long term success.

My co-workers and I work well together to accomplish our organization's goals. Technological Expectations Technological customer expectations focus on the evolving state of the product category.

We listen to the patient and talk to him. Being the catalyst of change and innovation at the forefront of the industry Being committed to excellence through continuous improvement in all activities to increase value for our customers Teamwork In my work group, we participate in deciding how the work gets done.

They indicated correct behaviour and attitude, composure, making time for patients, and listening and having empathy as essential nursing competencies. Sample size, composition and data collection To gain a deeper understanding of the influence of the nursing work environment on patient experiences, we conducted four focus groups.

Training and Development I am given a real opportunity to improve my skills in this Company I am given the training I need to do my job effectively I participate in training and development opportunities that are available to me. When measured, this results in meaningless satisfaction or dissatisfaction information.

Respondent 9, home care focus group The participants stated that if nurses were more involved in the development of nursing policies, this would have a positive influence on patient care. Again, [ 13 ] findings revealed that lighting, noise, colour and air quality impact employee productivity.

We use different programs. We first have to register in program X. A good workplace is checked by such characteristics as competitive wages, trusting relationship between the employees and management, equity and fairness for everyone, and a sensible work load with challenging yet achievable goals.

In their view, care is more and more standardised. These two ways of working are confusing for patients. We work with clients to administer their Employee Surveys.

The availability of low profile phones with email, camera, MP3, blue tooth technology, and increased storage will change technology expectations as well as the static and dynamic performance expectations of the product.

We know who is responsible for what, who needs to be informed, and who, if anyone, has veto power.Read chapter 6. Youth Values, Attitudes, Perceptions, and Influencers: Recruiting an all-volunteer military is a formidable task. To successfully enlist o. Sep 18,  · We find that the distribution of employee perceptions of poor working conditions is similar in Britain and the US; similar factors affect the number of perceived poor working conditions; and the perception of poor working conditions is strongly Cited by: This role satisfaction, in turn, could lead to enhancing those managerial behaviors that improve the work environment for staff nurses.

Finally, improved working conditions for nurse administrators might make the role more appealing and help correct the serious dearth of individuals interested in pursuing administrative positions.

Cited by: Business Perceptions Survey Page 2 There continues to be an improved trend for perceptions of time spent on compliance although over half still think the time spent is a burden. 55% think the length of time spent on that one specific law type is a burden, down from 65% in and down from 78% in Those are just a few of the results from the American Working Conditions Survey — one of the most in-depth surveys ever undertaken about the American workplace.

This brief presents highlights from the survey, conducted by investigators from Harvard University, the RAND Corporation, and the University of California, Los sylvaindez.com: Nicole Maestas, Kathleen J. Mullen, David Powell, Till von Wachter, Jeffrey B.

Employee Satisfaction Surveys: Best practices and sample questions

Wenger. In the middle of that chain is employee attitude — when employees are happy and engaged, attitudes and productivity are more likely to be positive.

You just need the tools to deal with negative attitudes and foster good ones. By effectively managing the workplace and employees, you can positively shape attitudes and even improve your company’s performance.