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A study on the effectiveness of employee performance in Private hospitals in Tamilnadu

Title

A study on the effectiveness of employee performance in Private hospitals in Tamilnadu

Authors

Mohaed Ali | Vijaya Gopalan

Keywords

HRM | employee performance

Publication Details

Vol:3; No:3;Sep-17 | ISSN: 2455-3921

Abstract

Health care delivery systems involve a variety of stakeholders. These include doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other staff on the one hand and communities who utilize the services on the other. They organize themselves and interact with each other in highly complex organizational settings. The key stakeholders such as providers of services and communities are linked through the organization structure and financing mechanisms. The Hospital industry faces an increasing burden among the doctors due to insufficient number of the administrative staff, where many technicians and nurses complain from the additional administrative works. Many committees involving instructors were recruited in ad hoc manner that led to several weaknesses in private hospitals administration due to the lack of enough administration skills with the supervisors. Obviously, this could exhaust the supervisors while undertaking their job, especially, with lack of cooperation among the supervisors themselves in carrying out their duties due to the lack of stimulus from the top officers.

Correspondence

J.Mohaed Ali, Assistant Professor & Ph.D., Research Advisor in Commerce, Khadir Mohideen College, Thanjavur

Citation:

J.Mohaed Ali and L.Vijaya Gopalan “A study on the effectiveness of employee performance in Private hospitals in Tamilnadu”. International Journal of Business and Economics Research (IJBER) 3.3 (2017): 318-327

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