HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL PERCEPTION TOWARDS ENGAGEMENT FACTORS WITH REFERENCE TO MULTI-SPECIALTY HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI
This study aimed to investigate the health care professional perception towards their job engagement with special reference to multispecialty hospital in Chennai. Job engagement factors such as meaningful work, intrinsic rewards, extrinsic rewards, and self-efficacy, departmental support, supervisor support, co-worker support, job autonomy and job security are considered for this study. Questionnaire has been constructed the above said factors based on the past research work. Questionnaire has been used to collect the primary data from the health care professional working in multispecialty hospital in Chennai. A sample of 180 employees are approached to participate in the survey through convenience sampling method. The collected data are analysed with descriptive statistics such as mean and standard deviation. The findings of the study reflected the employees are having higher level of engagement in their job. Here, extrinstic reward, self-efficacy, departmental support, and job autonomy are the engagement factors found to be high among the healthcare professional. It is implied that among the healthcare professional. It is implied that engagement is the capacity of employees work endeavour, oblisation and aspiration enduring in the organization.
Employees Engagement, Healthcare Professional, Perception, Multispeciality Hospital, Chennai.