Accession Number : ADA195462
Title : A Study of Non-Economic Motivational Practice for Non-Professional Key Civilian Employees of Naval Medical Facilities.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis Jul 82-Apr 83,
Corporate Author : ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES (ARMY) FORT SAM HOUSTON TX HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRA TION
Personal Author(s) : Ayers, James L
PDF Url : ADA195462
Report Date : Apr 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 115
Abstract : This study addresses motivational concepts and practices as perceived by the supervisor and the employee. The author attempts to provide general information to all Naval Health Care Administrators on possible methods and retain their key civilian employees. Faced with tremendous responsibilities, increasingly complex procedures, ever-rising costs, budget limitations, and demand for the highest standards in every phase of his organization, the health care administrator must rely heavily on the willingness of the people who work for him. While relationships with professional staff, (physicians, registered nurses, etc.,) have some concerns unique to their nature, professional dedication will normally motivate these elite individuals. Of more immediate concern is the motivation of nonprofessional key employees, whose jobs, though often limited in prestige, are nonetheless a vital factor in the successful and economic function of the facility.
Descriptors : *CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, *MOTIVATION, *PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, BUDGETS, ECONOMICS, FUNCTIONS, LIMITATIONS, MEDICAL SERVICES, NAVAL SHORE FACILITIES, NURSES, PHYSICIANS, STANDARDS, SUPERVISORS, WORK, PERSONNEL RETENTION, MEDICAL PERSONNEL
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE