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Popovici nova. A comprehensive literature review was conducted on the concept of job satisfaction in the pharmacist workforce field and the facets it comprises, as well as its measurement, aiming to i review the nature, mechanisms, and importance of job satisfaction in the context of the pharmacist workforce, ii survey some of the most salient facets that configure job satisfaction, and iii discuss validity and measurement issues pertaining to it. Although female pharmacists generally hold less appealing jobs, earn lower wages and salaries, and are promoted less frequently than their male counterparts, they report higher levels of job satisfaction. Age has a U-shape effect on job satisfaction, with middle-age pharmacists less satisfied than both younger and older practitioners. Finally, discrepancy exists among researchers in measuring job satisfaction as a single global indicator or as a composite measure derived from indices of satisfaction with key aspects of a job.
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This study examines the organizational climate and looking at gender differences in professional roles within healthcare organizations. Data came from organizational-climate questionnaires administered in to health managers and 19, health staff in the Tuscany Region Italy. An exploratory factor analysis was performed to verify the validity and internal consistency between items and Student t-test to compare mean perceptions regarding the dimensions across different groups of respondents. Significant gender differences were found in the perception of professional roles between managers and staff.. In the 20th century, the condition of women has greatly improved in several aspects. However, the gender gap is remarkable in the lack of access to power and leadership positions compared with men, and women managers are still in a minority Carli et al. Generally, women are less frequently found in line positions than men and more frequently in staff positions and consequently they have less opportunity to demonstrate their competencies Wiggins, , and even in female-dominated occupations, men have more opportunity to be promoted to the top Broadbridge,
The purpose of this paper is to explore the impact of job satisfaction on employee attendance and conduct. The approach was to use data from a study on job satisfaction and performance conducted in a utility company operating in the United Arab Emirates. Performance measures were based on the utility company employee performance rating system. Preliminary analysis of the data revealed significant differences on aspects of job satisfaction and performance between the two gender groups i. In general, female respondents were less satisfied with various aspects of their jobs and the job context than their male counterparts. Similarly, they tended to be less performing than their male counterparts on a number of job performance criteria. This pattern is indicative of an underlying linkage between satisfaction and performance, particularly in relation to gender groups.
The job satisfaction has got tremendous attention in organizational research. The focus of this study is to determine the impact of various human resource management practices like job autonomy, team work environment and leadership behavior on job satisfaction. It also investigates the major determinants of job satisfaction in Pakistani banking sector. This study further evaluates the level of difference in job satisfaction among male and female employees. The sample of the study consisted of employees working in different banks of Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Lahore through the questionnaire, of which were returned and processed.
The purpose of this study was to investigate this paradox by asking two questions: How does the job satisfaction of female public employees compare with that of male employees? How can we explain the gender differences in job satisfaction? Data from a survey of 5, public employees in Seoul Metropolitan Government indicate that women are more satisfied with their jobs than are men. Among demographic variables gender was the only significant predictor of job satisfaction; women emphasized intrinsic rewards, whereas men emphasized extrinsic rewards. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.
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Previous studies on job satisfaction suggest that: women are more satisfied with their job than men, while workers with higher wages and workers with more education are less satisfied. In this paper we try to explain these somewhat puzzling and counterintuitive findings. Further, we examine the effects of the quality of the match between skills and job requirements on job satisfaction.
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