The relationship between management support system and the job satisfaction among radiologic technologists of De La Salle University Medical Center
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
Job Satisfaction, Radiologic Technologists
The study utilized the descriptive research method in identifying and analyzing existing situations affecting the study. Using purposive sampling, a total of 20 radiologic technologists were included as respondents. A revised questionnaire was employed as the research instrument. Mean, standard deviation and Pearson Product-Moment Coefficient (r) were used to analyze data. Based on the findings, the following conclusions were drawn: (1) The overall level of radiology management support system implemented by the radiology administrators on the technologists of De La Salle University Medical Center falls under often. De La Salle University Medical Center provides support systems and gives much emphasis to the organizational structure, professional practice and professional development of their technologists; (2) Technologists perceived their level of job satisfaction as generally satisfactory. As observed, good salaries, fair working conditions and the support they get from their co-workers, chief technologists and radiologic administrators are considered to be the sources of job satisfaction. They believed that advancement in the job would be vital by building esteem so they could take advantage of opportunities that move them beyond the safety level to higher levels of professional achievement; (3) There was a strong positive linear relationship between the radiology management support system implemented by the radiology administrators and the job satisfaction of the radiologists of DLSUMC in terms of organizational structure, professional practice, management style, quality of leadership and professional development.
Borbon, M. B.,
Galang, K. A.,
Montoya, A. B.
The relationship between management support system and the job satisfaction among radiologic technologists of De La Salle University Medical Center.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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