From: Impact of hospital mergers on staff job satisfaction: a quantitative study
Can contribute towards improvements?
I am trusted to do my job
Perceived quality of Trust
Satisfied with quality of work?
Care of patients/service users is my Trust's top priority
I would recommend my Trust as a place to work
Action taken following errors
Team members often meet to discuss the teams effectiveness
Team members have to communicate closely with each other to achieve the teams objectives
Support from organization
Trust provides equal opportunities to staff?
Had good quality appraisal in last 12 months?
Had health and safety training in last 12 months?
My training, learning and development has helped me to do my job better/more effectively
My training, learning and development has helped me stay up-to-date with professional requirements
Support from supervisor
Good communication between managers and staff?
Drivers of job satisfaction
Role makes a difference?
I have, clear, planned goals and objectives for my job
I always know what my responsibilities are
Work pressure felt
Work extra hours?
Suffered work-related stress in last 12 months?
Experienced violence from patients/relatives in last 12 months?
Experienced violence from colleagues in last 12 months?
Experienced harassment from patients/relatives in last 12 months?
Experienced harassment from colleagues in last 12 months?
Dummy variable for year 2008
Dummy variable for year 2009
Dummy variable for year 2010
Dummy variable for year 2011
Dummy variable for year 2012
Mental health hospital
Dummy variable for working in mental health trusts
Dummy variable for nurses
Dummy variable for medical and dental staff
Dummy variable for allied health professionals
Dummy variable for science and technical staff
Dummy variable for administrative and general management staff