Employees Job Satisfaction A Pre-requisite For Commitment
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Employees Job Satisfaction A Pre-requisite For Commitment
The main objective of the study is to assess the major factors of job satisfaction and its effect on commitment among nurses. The research design was descriptive-correlational. The population for the study was qualified nurses at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital (N-150), but with a sample size of 108 of which 105 were retrieved (97.2%). The sample size was determined using Cochran (1977) sample size determination formula. The instrument used to collect data was a structured questionnaire which was self-administered (adopting Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire and Allen and Meyer Organisational Commitment scales). The systematic sampling technique was used to sample the respondeDownloadViews: 80

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