Exploring The Relationship Between Job Satisfaction and Nurse Performances
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Background – Job satisfaction aspect was the important nurses paid attention because has impacted to behavior in giving health services. Society claimed the services with the concept of ‘quality one step services’, it is requirement of service in health care as a whole. Purposes – The aims of study is to scrutinize association between job satisfaction (based on the Maslow theory) and nurse performance, and to explore how nurse performance is affected by a number of sociodemographic and within different rural hospital and public hospital. Methods – This correlational study addressed among clinical nurse associates (CNAs) in Surakarta Central Java. The respondents of the study were hospital nurses in remote areas of Surakarta. The data was collected using self-administered questionnaires. Findings – A total of 190 nurses participated on this study. The result of the study shows 60.5 per cent of clinical nurse performances were high level. Regarding the nurse satisfaction, 65.6 per cent said they satisfied with their safety need, both self esteem and self actualization need has the same percentages, while other needs still lower. Self actualization was the predictor independent of nurse performance.