Male nurses are as competent as female nurses, but female nurses have all the positive advantages in the nursing field as the society look up to the whole concept of nursing as a women’s work. Males have to prove themselves to the society as their perspective regarding male nurses is gendered bias. Breaking through these barriers create a better society and better understanding of what nursing really is— to care. Males are less appreciated in society, but they are the one who is relied on when a female nurse have to leave the work force. Their physical and mental capabilities are what makes them a better nurse as they excel not only in physically taking care of a patient but also they are able to critically think and decide a situation.
I also believe that another indicator of turnover for nurses is when they become less engaged and committed in their workplace. When nurses are better engaged and committed you’ll find that you’ll notice that they work harder and perform better in their job. You may also find less absenteeism and less turnover. This will greatly benefit the hospital or
Patients are satisfied with the clinical and physical dimensions of services quality but they have more preference for the clinical dimension than the physical. Noor & Phang (2008). Past studies has shown a strong relationship between loyalty, purchase intentions and patient satisfaction in the direction of the healthcare provider. (Lebarere et al, 2004; Hasin et al, 2001). The prominent end result of a satisfied patient is a positive word of mouth, lower operation costs for the health care provider resulting in a higher market share (Boshoff & Gray, 2004).
Even though these two studies explored mortality rates, there are also countless studies of the general medical side-effects of exposing your body to lots of stress. So based on these studies, one can conclude, that working in a mid-salary job that you enjoy will most likely lead to a better overall health, than when working in a high-salary job which you
Williamson explains that happiness is the true key to success according to research. Happiness can also help society as a whole. Happier people tend to live longer and have better overall health, found in more than 160 studies. They even are 50% less likely to have a heart attack or simply catch a cold. Being happy makes life all around better and leads the happy people to benefit society by doing things like vote and respect laws.
Researchers have shaped compelling evidence for the fundamental relation between employee performance and how management acts with them (Boheene & Asuinura, 2011). They claim that the effectiveness of human resource practices, particularly employee selection, performance appraisals, benefits and reward management, procedures and employee training and development often have a direct effect on the productivity and performance of the employee. And implementing an effective human resource management can enhance the organization 's ability to attract and maintain qualified and motivated employees yield greater profitability, low employee turnover and these invariably lead to higher productivity. The research noted that recruitment procedures that provide a large pool of qualified applicants, paired with a
Your Posture Affects How Others Perceive You In one experiment, a social scientist found that those who practiced good posture before an interview were evaluated more positively overall, and hired more often. 4. Better Posture Makes You More Attractive Did you know Attractive people make 12% to 14% more money than less attractive people? Poor posture can reduce your metabolism and cause weight gain, while good posture works out your core and makes you more