Predictors of job satisfaction in the NHS staff survey
The NHS Staff Survey provides comprehensive feedback on the experiences of people working in the health service. Picker currently provides staff survey services to 175 NHS organisations.
Although all of the survey questions cover aspects of job experience that are considered important, it is sometimes useful to focus on those aspects that make the most difference to how staff feel about their employment. In other words, it is useful to find what best predicts job satisfaction.
We used the data from the 2018 NHS Staff Survey for the organisations we work with to identify a measure of job satisfaction and of the relationships between this and a range of questions in the survey.
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