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Table 3 Immunization Managers' Perception of Work Organization

From: Human resource management in the Georgian National Immunization Program: a baseline assessment

Overall organization of work (in CPH facility) Mean (95% CI)
1. I am satisfied with organization of work at my facility. 3.73 (3.46–4.01))
2. The overall work environment is very good at my facility. 3.33 (2.96–3.70)
3. My organization has sufficient authority to organize work so that subordinate staff is satisfied. 3.60 (3.25–3.95)
Barriers to effective organization of work Mean (95% CI)
4. There are no barriers to organizing the work. 2.07 (1.97–2.16)
5. There is no clear format for managing/supervising health facilities and providers. 3.50 (3.19–3.81)
6. Health providers do not recognize the importance of better management and receiving supervision. 2.83 (2.44–3.23)
7. The supervision to health facilities/providers is not clearly mandated. 3.73 (3.41–4.06)
8. There is no penalty for managers if employees' performance is low. 4.37 (4.18–4.55)
9. Immunization managers do not have the time to organize work well 2.17 (1.87–2.46)
10. Immunization managers do not have the resources to organize work well. 4.10 (3.85–4.35)
11. Immunization managers do not have enough capacity to organize work well. 2.77 (2.48–3.06)
12. Immunization managers do not have the willingness to organize work well. 1.97 (1.81–2.12)
13. Immunization managers do not have the financial motivation to organize work well. 4.07 (3.81–4.32)
14. Immunization managers do not have the professional motivation to organize work well. 2.33 (2.05–2.62)
  1. Note: (N = 30)
  2. (5-point Likert Scale: 1 = strongly disagree, 5 = strongly agree)