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Title: المناوبة الليلية وانعكاساتها على الأداء الوظيفي للعامل
Other Titles: دراسة ميدانية بالمؤسسة العمومية الاستشفائية بتيميمون ولاية ادرار
Authors: تاونزي, فاطمة
سنوسي, رقية
رحماني, محمد / مؤطر
Keywords: المناوبة الليلية
العمل الليلي
الأداء الوظيفي
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: جامعة أحمد دراية - ادرار
Abstract: This study aims at clarifying most of the effects of night shift on the worker's performance of his functional roles. Through the identification of the most important regulatory and health conditions in addition to social and how to reflect on the performance of the night worker at the hospital Timimuon. Through the general hypothesis of: night shift implications for the functionality of the worker. In addition to the assumptions of the sub: 1. Regulatory conditions during night-time have implications for worker performance. 2 - The health conditions during the night shift reflect the performance of the worker. 3. Social conditions during night-time have implications for worker performance. In order to ascertain the validity of these hypotheses, we relied on the descriptive research methodology and the use of both the form and the interview to collect the data. As for the sample of the study, we relied on the simple random sample, estimated at 40% of the research community. Through the above and the overall results of the hypotheses of the study we say: - Organizational conditions have implications for the worker's performance due to (length of work hours, lack of supervision, low level of vigilance, lack of wages and compensation). - There are health conditions such as fatigue, fatigue and lack of concentration in addition to the sudden lapses that affect them by the month, which leads to the inability to continue the nighttime and thus the reflection on their performance. As for social conditions, they are not reflected in their performance during the night.
Description: علم الاجتماع تنظيم وعمل
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