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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Comparison of Job Satisfaction in Occupational Therapy Settings

Jaya Dixit

Abstract: Job satisfaction is defined as all the feelings that an individual has about his/her job (Spector, 1997). Adopted from the Hong Lu, Alison E. While, K. Louise Barriball (2006), the components of Job Satisfaction are Working conditions (Adamson et al., 1995; Nolan et al., 1995), Interactions with patients/co-workers/managers (Lee, 1998; Aiken et al., 2001), Work itself (Lundh, 1999; Adams and Bond, 2000), Remuneration (Price, 2002; Wang, 2002), Self-growth and promotion (Tzeng, 2002a, b), Praise and recognition (Nolan et al., 1995; Lundh, 1999), Control and responsibility (Lee, 1998; Price, 2002), Job security (Nolan et al., 1995, 1998), leadership styles and organizational policies (Lee, 1998; Tzeng, 2002a, b). The purpose of this study was to identify the elements/factors influencing job satisfaction of therapists, to analyze the impact of job satisfaction of therapists on their Service Quality and to identify the perception of rendered Service Quality by therapists as service Providers.

Keywords: Occupational Therapy



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