Imagine that you are a human resources manager in a healthcare organization and that you have learned from a number of sources that morale and employee satisfaction are declining in one of your organization’s organizational units. In order t

Employee and Management Satisfaction

Scenario

Imagine that you are a human resources manager in a healthcare organization and that you have learned from a number of sources that morale and employee satisfaction are declining in one of your organization’s organizational units. In order to meet the increased patient demand, employees have been working 50% longer shifts for a number of months, and you fear it is starting to wear on them. You are thinking about the problem and its solutions.

Deliverable

Based on your research and comprehension of approaches to dealing with the problem mentioned above, complete the next two parts of this assignment.

Part 1: Propose and defend three ways you would ascertain the nature, scope, and origin of the issue. What signs would you look at?

Part 2: It has been found that the decline in employee satisfaction is, in fact, caused by lengthy hours, inconsistent scheduling procedures, and the lack of a visible solution. Fill in the blanks:

Please suggest a strategy to deal with the problem (based on your assumptions about the precise nature of the issue) that includes: Immediate measures to deal with the pressing issues.
a long-term plan to solve the issue once and for all.
Discuss how stakeholders may help to define the problem’s scope and create a strategy for resolving it.
Describe the fundamental human resource function that is most important to the project’s success.
Overview

What exactly is worker satisfaction?
The degree of happiness or contentment a person feels about their employment is known as employee satisfaction. Any business or organization must prioritize employee satisfaction.

Employees work harder to make the business successful when they are content with the management and the workplace environment.

The bottom line is directly impacted if employees are not pleased and happy at work.

When employees’ needs are satisfied, they adopt a positive attitude toward the company and its objectives. Employees lose motivation and frequently perform below expectations when they are unhappy or unsatisfied with their jobs.

Principal causes of employee unhappiness

minimal payment

Lack of career development

a lack of management

Poor relationships with managers and coworkers

Absence of appreciation