International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing
2020, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part C
A study to assess the level of job satisfaction among workers, who is under work from home environment during COVID pandemic lockdown
Ruban David, Prahaladhan V, Raj Kumar N, Revathi PG and Shalini R
The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic in China is a global health threat, and is by far the largest outbreak of atypical pneumonia since the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003. The transition to remote work has been beneficial to some workers, who have reported increased productivity due to fewer in-office distractions. When asked about the biggest reasons they decided to work remotely, 79% of remote workers responded with increased productivity and better focus, according to a study by Owl Labs Since the pandemic situation had created more psychological and economic problems among general public and also working class. This induced the investigator was very much interested to conducted a research among working people who are under lockdown and also working from home environment. The descriptive research design was employed with 150 samples matched the inclusion criteria and were selected by purposive sampling technique. Self-administered structured multiple choice questionnaire was administered to samples. Data collection has been done for five days by collecting 30 samples each day. The study findings inferred that most of the working people under lockdown had low level of job satisfaction.
Ruban David, Prahaladhan V, Raj Kumar N, Revathi PG, Shalini R. A study to assess the level of job satisfaction among workers, who is under work from home environment during COVID pandemic lockdown. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2020;3(2):189-191.