Volume : 09, Issue : 10, October – 2022



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The human element has nowadays become the real capital that organizations must better invest and satisfy its necessary needs and raise its motivation to work for the purpose of raising the level of productivity, as the traditional methods of punishment and discipline policies are no longer able to achieve that goal, which made the trend to the human side of organization the best For organizations.
The interest of researchers in the field of psychology and organizational behavior in the subject of job satisfaction began since the beginning of the thirties of the twentieth century until it became a vital and important topic because it deals with the human dimension of the human element, which is considered the most important resource of the organization.
This study deals with the topic of job satisfaction and its impact on the quality of health services in private hospitals and through which it is identified on the factors affecting job satisfaction and its impact on the quality of health service in its various dimensions.

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Please cite this article in MAJED FAHD et al, Job Satisfaction And Its Impact On The Quality Of Health Services In Private Hospitals ., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2022; 09(10).


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