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Forensic Science & Addiction Research

Lack of Job Satisfaction among Nurses

  • Open or Close Faisal Ameen*

    Assistant Manager Cath Lab, Tabba Heart Institute, Pakistan

    *Corresponding author: Faisal Ameen, Senior Cath Lab Nurse, Tabba Heart Institute, Pakistan

Submission: September 05, 2017; Published: October 06, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/FSAR.2017.01.000511

ISSN: 2578-0042
Volume1 Issue3


Nurse of a medical ward working in territory care hospital reached to the human resource department to give her resignation. This a real clinical experience which I have encounter during my work experience. Upon asking the reason of resignation it reveals that her nurse manager has a bias attitude towards her staff. There was hardly any appreciation by the nurse manager and inequality in behavior at work. She has no concern with their professional growth due to heavy work load. Nurse was looking for the appraisal because of her low salary package as it may provide her some relief in form of increment but at the time of appraisal she gave her the evaluation by saying that most of the time you cannot manage intravenous fluid as it was her general observation and not noticed personally. To respond her answer nurse was not allowed to give her opinion and asked to keep nurse comment part unfilled .Recently three nurses resigned from the area and only two nurses on the evening shift were available. Because of attitude of the manger nurses were not having cooperative behavior among them.

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