Impact of musculoskeletal ache of care employees on job satisfaction.
J Phys Ther Sci. 2018 Jan;30(1):164-168
Authors: Kim D
[Purpose] The aim of this research was to look at the musculoskeletal ache of care employees and examine its impact on their job satisfaction. [Subjects and Methods] Topics had been 87 care employees working at C aged care service heart in P area. The typical age of males was 62.5 ± three.four?years and that of girls was 57.three ± 2.7?years. The ‘Tips for Threat Issue Survey on Duties with Musculoskeletal Burden’ of the KOSHA CODE (H-30-2003) of the Korea Occupational Security and Well being Company (KOSHA) was used for measurement of musculoskeletal ache. This survey instrument for job satisfaction consisted of 12 questions together with the areas of wage satisfaction, skilled satisfaction, job efficiency satisfaction, and relationship satisfaction. [Results] Examine outcomes confirmed that musculoskeletal ache assorted relying on skilled satisfaction, job efficiency satisfaction, and relationship satisfaction. The correlation between the areas of musculoskeletal ache and job satisfaction was examined and the next was revealed. Skilled satisfaction was correlated with arm/elbow ache and decrease again ache, job efficiency satisfaction with decrease again ache, and relationship satisfaction with shoulder ache and decrease again ache. [Conclusion] On this research, topics had been older and will have been simply uncovered to illnesses due to their age. To enhance job effectivity amongst care employees, persevering with schooling associated to the job ought to take priority. As well as, social help is required that may alleviate the heavy workload associated to bodily exercise help, which is among the many duties of care employees. Furthermore, software requirements and protection of business insurance coverage for the therapy of musculoskeletal problems of care employees ought to be prolonged additional to alleviate the burden of medical prices. A collection of such measures may have a constructive impact on enhancing the job satisfaction of care employees.
PMID: 29410590 [PubMed]