This research is concerned with studying administrative empowerment as a modern organizational strategy that contributes to increasing employee satisfaction in service institutions, and knowing the type of relationship between administrative empowerment in its dimensions (delegation of authority, participation in decision-making, personality development, imitation and simulation, developing creative behavior) in job satisfaction in its dimensions) Satisfaction with incentives, self-satisfaction, satisfaction with the nature of work and its conditions, satisfaction with the relationship with officials) through application to a group of government hospitals in four governorates in eastern Algeria, and the study used the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS.16) for the purpose of statistical analysis For the data extracted from the research sample, estimated at 460 workers (doctors, nurses, administrators and technicians). The respondents' answers indicated that the levels of employee empowerment were low in all its dimensions. The results of the study also indicated that the level of job satisfaction is low overall, and there is a statistically significant correlation between employee empowerment in all its dimensions and job satisfaction in all its dimensions. The research recommended the necessity of activating the administrative empowerment strategy in all its dimensions to raise the level of job satisfaction among workers in the public hospitals under study.
Jedi, Shawky Dr and Obida, Hajar Dr
"Administrative Empowerment as a Modern Strategy Used to Increase Employee Satisfaction in Service Institutions:A Field Study on a Group of Public Hospitals in Algeria,"
Arab Journal of Administration المجلة العربية للإدارة: Vol. 33
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/aja/vol33/iss1/11