ANTECEDENTS OF JOB PERFORMANCE DURING COVID-19: A PILOT STUDY OF JORDANIAN PUBLIC HOSPITALS NURSES

Authors

  • Khaled Bany Hamdan
  • Ruba Risheed Al-Ghalabi
  • Hasan Ali Al-Zu’bi
  • Samer Barakat
  • Ali Ahmad Alzoubi
  • Wedad Baker AbuAd

Abstract

The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic first struck the world's wealthiest
countries. Whereas; Today’s healthcare industry in Jordan is characterized by a dynamic
environment and increasingly competitive markets. However; Healthcare in Jordan is
susceptible to several risks leading to the disruption of the availability of medical supplies and
the wasting of significant resources including human factors specifically during COVID-19
Crisis. The current paper presents surveys and analysis of empirical studies and models which
are connected to the human resource management (HRM) and strategic planning with job
performance with the moderating role of organizational culture in Jordanian public hospitals.
The results indicate that the entire measures achieved a high-reliability coefficient that ranged
from 0.897 to 0.955, based on Cronbach’s alpha coefficient test (they all exceeded 0.70
benchmark) with no significant deviation of skewness values from zero. In addition, the results
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of the study indicated that recruitment and selection, training and development, rewards and
benefits, performance appraisal, strategic planning, and organizational culture significantly
affect nursing performance. The study validated the effectiveness of the instrument that
examined different specific antecedents of job performance.

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Published

2020-11-15

How to Cite

Khaled Bany Hamdan, Ruba Risheed Al-Ghalabi, Hasan Ali Al-Zu’bi, Samer Barakat, Ali Ahmad Alzoubi, & Wedad Baker AbuAd. (2020). ANTECEDENTS OF JOB PERFORMANCE DURING COVID-19: A PILOT STUDY OF JORDANIAN PUBLIC HOSPITALS NURSES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(4), 339-351. Retrieved from http://palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/298