Staff satisfaction in a long term care facility undergoing culture change
An instrumental case-study look at perceptions of staff satisfaction at a long-term care facility undergoing the process of implementing culture change reforms was presented. Participants included CNAs, RNs and LPNs, managers, and therapists and therapy aides who participated in homogeneous and heterogeneous forum group discussions. Dissatisfaction was found in the work environment, breakdown of communication, and perceptions of leadership; satisfaction was found in enforcement of accountability, successful communication, suggestions for improvement and meaningful work experiences. The main ...
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