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Organizational Liability and Personal Commitment of Women Managers at Private Multi-Specialty Hospitals

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Shailesh Kumari, Viney Lather, S. Mahalingham, K. Manivannan
» doi: 10.31838/ecb/2023.12.si6.096


Female participation in the labor force has increased during the past century, which has contributed to greater economic and social progress. Female medical professionals, both frontline and in leadership roles, are invaluable to the healthcare system for the unique kind of care, compassion, and tenderness; they can offer their patients. The study aims to determine the personal commitment and job satisfaction of working women managers of private multi-specialty hospitals while understanding their organizational liability. The study simultaneously called for primary and secondary data collection methods. The secondary data collection method provided previous literature from various authors to understand the topic and its gap. At the same time, the 320 working women managers were chosen based on stratified random sampling from the Delhi-NCR hospitals for gathering the data under the primary data collection method. The collected data was rendered through MS Excel and SPSS (statistical package for social science) and techniques such as mean, standard deviation, regression, correlation, and chi-square. The results show that there is a statistically significant correlation between the facilities provided to women managers and organizational liability (sig = 0.044). There is a significant impact of job satisfaction and job security on organizational liability (sig = 0.033). A statistically significant correlation between compensation and rewards and the personal commitment was also observed (sig = 0.024). There is no gender bias in management in private multi-specialty hospitals (sig = 0.371).

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