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Job worth is determine how well it contributes towards the organization i.e. how much worth the job is. In other words, we can say it is job evaluation. After the job analysis is completed, the pay structure is needed to be decided for the employees in the organization. It refers to the process of deciding the amount of payment in the organization.
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This form of communication increases productivity boosts the morale of employees and patients. Good communication between nurses and patients is essential for the successful outcome of individualized nursing care. The nurses communicating should consider the patients' level of understanding and education. The chain of command is the line of authority and responsibility along which orders are passed within the nursing department, hospital, and different units. Effective communication includes listening skills followed by an organized and logical approach.
Knowledge is the foundation of professionalism, but accountability establishes trust in the profession. Davis (2017) defines accountability as being “answerable to oneself and others for one 's own actions.” This means that when a nurse engages in an activity on the job, she/he will be responsible for the outcome and might suffer negative consequences if her/his actions are careless or reflect poor judgement. Accountability provides a motivation for all professionals to perform well. Most people who are passionate about their profession have an internal desire to perform well, but accountability to one’s colleagues and patients provides an important external motivator to perform well. Nursing is unique as a profession because a nurse is in a position of authority and care over patients.
The trustors qualities, skills and behaviour with gestures and body language indicating caring, attention, warmth and patience are key to develop a trusting relationship (Rortveit K. et al. 2015). Trust was associated with nurses taking time, sitting down and answering questions, showing interest and expressing concern as well as sharing experiences and emotions (Rortveit K. et al. 2015). Nurses who demonstrated a commitment to person-centred care were seen as trustworthy professionals (Thorpe G. et al.