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RMJ. 2018; 43(3): 405-407


Job satisfaction and burnout as outcome of workplace bullying among healthcare professionals

Aneeza Bashir, Rubina Hanif.

Abstract
Objectives: To assess the job satisfaction and job burnout as outcome of workplace bullying among healthcare professionals.
Methodology: This cross-sectional explanatory study was conducted among 108 healthcare professionals from Sargodha, Bhalwal, and Islamabad, selected through convenient sampling. The study was carried out from September 2015 to January 2016 and data was gathered by using reliable self-report inventories. The first questionnaire comprised of questions pertaining to job satisfaction, second questionnaire measured job burnout and last one measured workplace bullying. Pearson Correlation coefficient, regression analysis, and t-test were used to analyze the data in SPSS version 20.
Results: Workplace bullying (β=-.39, t=-4.45, α=.000) was significant negative predictor of job satisfaction whereas workplace bullying (β=.26, t=2.75, α=.001) was a significant positive predictor of job burnout. No significant gender differences were found out on study variables.
Conclusion: Workplace bullying is a significant issue which resulted in lower job satisfaction and increased feelings of job burnout.

Key words: Job satisfaction, job burnout, workplace bullying.


 
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