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EFFECTS OF JOB SATISFACTION AND JOB PERFORMANCE OF NURSES ON THE WELLBEING OF PATIENTS IN THE FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE, OWO

This study assesses factors that affect job satisfaction and job performance of Nurses on the wellbeing of general patients
in Federal Medical Centre, Owo, Ondo State. A descriptive research design was used, a random sampling technique
was used to select a sample size of one hundred and twenty (120) respondents. The instrument used for this study is a
structured Questionnaire in which one hundred and ten (110) were retrieved and ten (10) were not returned. The data
collected were analysed using both descriptive and inferential statistics with the aid of statistical product and service
solution (SPSS) version 20.0. Findings revealed that the level of job satisfaction and performance of nurses at Federal
Medical Centre Owo are high. And that factors which could constitute barrier to job satisfaction, such as: lack of
necessary equipment; work overload; shortage of staff; decreasing clients flow; low productivity; poor welfare scheme
and reduced turnover. The hypothesis tested observed that there is a significant relationship between the job satisfaction
and job performance of nurses on the wellbeing of general patients. It thereby recommends that management should
use those factors that impact job satisfaction and employee performance to make them happy, better their well-being
and their environment.

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  • : Job satisfaction, Job performance, Nurses, Wellbeing
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