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Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, Copyright statement Authors retain the copyright to the manuscripts published in AABRI. journals Please see the AABRI Copyright Policy at http www aabri com copyright html. INTRODUCTION, The burden of casualty emergency handling in developing countries is enormous. challenging and steadily increasing Sethi Zwi Gilson fox Makoni Msika Levy. Murugusampillay 1995 There is an increasing pressure for health services to address major. issues connected with management of emergencies particularly traumatic injuries at casualty. centres Early and effective treatment of patients with acute injuries and ailments could lead to. substantial reduction in hospitals costs mortality and disability Sethi et al 1995. In Uganda epidemic and disaster prevention preparedness and response is one of the. major areas of focus on the health sector strategic plan According to the ministry of health. hospital strategic plan Ministry of Health Hospital Strategic Plan MOH HSSP 2001 2005 the. programme is aimed at improving emergency preparedness and response at both national and. district level in order to promote health prevent disease and reduce death among the affected. population and to equip casualty emergency centres The establishment of an effective. communication consultation and co ordination system to ensure efficient information flow. constitutes a major component of this programme MOH HSSP 2002. However in spite of the substantial achievements the health sector in Uganda still faces. many challenges which include gross under funding that have affected the availability of. medical resource inputs drugs and supplies severe understaffing at all levels in the hospitals. unsatisfactory morale and attitudes of health workers and delay of flow of funds to service. delivery points MOH HSSP 2001 2005 In addition the casualty care units in many hospitals. are dilapidated The operating conditions are grim Munene 1995 study findings confirmed that. doctors and allied health professionals frequently avoid ward rounds spend only half the time in. hospitals and report late or leave early while nurses in the more controlled non government. sector get round the controls by applying for compassionate leave. In addition the different cadres of staff perform more or less the same roles ways through. history taking physical examination and investigations Because of such ambiguous role. definitions and procedures diagnosis and treatment are poor and it is unlikely that diagnosis is. accurate Mwesigye 1995 Further in most regional hospitals laboratory requests X rays and. other investigations take long to produce results Batega 2004 and when results are got they are. rarely accompanied by competent reports Professionally this is an undesired scenario The. absence of service attitude commitment or willingness to exert additional effort to achieve. hospital care goals is a major complaint of in charges For instance statistics WB 1994 show. that by 1990 doctors in the ministry of Health hospitals saw far fewer patients per day 1 3 than. doctors in private voluntary hospitals 6 7 Under use was so prevalent that Uganda would be. able to reduce the number of health care personnel by 30 without affecting the quality of. service WB 1994, In the medical sector a state of powerlessness especially at making decisions that. influence the organizational direction treatment programme and performance continue to be tied. to the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners council old statute The simplest decisions must. always be checked before a subordinate at the lower level proceeds with health service delivery. This state of limited empowerment coupled with inability by senior health staff to reach. Organizational internal environment page 2,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. out and supervise health workers in their duties is demoralizing and has encouraged negative. clinical administrative and management habits Mwesigye 1995. LITERATURE REVIEW, Role clarity and Organizational citizenship behaviour OCB.
Podsakoff Niehoff MacKenzie and Williams 1993 reported significant association. between leader s clarification and OCB but found negative links between specification of. procedures altruism and conscientiousness Podsakoff Mackenzie Moorman and Fetter 1990. reported modest positive corrections between high performance expectations and OCB A later. study by Podsakoff et al 1996 found that a clear vision of the future and high performance. expectations i e task role clarity were positively linked to citizenship behaviour Since there is. inadequate evidence from literature new studies should endeavor to assess the association. between role clarity and citizenship behaviour at lower levels. Organisational internal environment and OCB, There are two forms of OCB reflected in prior studies prosocial extra role behaviours. aimed at others in the organisation and extra role behaviours done for the benefit of the. organisation OCB is multidimensional and consisting of distinct altruistic other directed. behaviours and extra role compliance done for the sake of the organisation Smith et al 1983. Williams Anderson 1991 Thus extra role behaviours are organizationally desirable and. advance the effective operation of the organisation Organ 1988 Organ and Konofsky 1989. Since OCB is not considered in formal job appraisal and reward system refusal to exhibit these. behaviours cannot be formally punished Van Dyne Cummings Park 1995. There is therefore need to focus on assessing the strength of associations between. perceptions of organisational internal climate supervisor support amount of bureaucracy. satisfaction with rewards recognition of good work and OCB According to Turnipseed and. Markison 2002 OCB is linked to the work environment suggesting that these behaviours may. be manageable A good social climate with involvement fair and competent management good. communication satisfaction with the organisation and good planning have been found to. correlate to OCB Turnipseed Markison 2000,Empowerment and organisational commitment. Krammer Siebert and Liden 1999 found a significant association between. psychological empowerment and organizational commitment both in nursing and non nursing. environment In addition Kanter 1993 maintains that there is a positive link between. empowering work environments and organizational commitment Employees in empowering. environments are more committed to the organization are more likely to engage in positive. organizational activities and experience less strain Access to empowering structures at casualty. emergency centers could be facilitated by formal job characteristics Having access to these. Organizational internal environment page 3,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. casualty structures results into feelings of autonomy higher levels of self efficacy and greater. commitment to the organization,Problem statement, The casualty emergency care units in many Uganda hospitals are approaching worst. casualty status with 30 40 minutes patient waiting time The levels of role clarity hospital. internal environment employee empowerment and commitment have progressively deteriorated. The emergency operating climate is grim facilities disorganized and often limited There is a. high rate of employee absenteeism neglect of duty poor handling of equipment and patients and. persistent shortage of staff especially in government aided hospitals WB 1998 2004 This. situation if not corrected could lead to a continued decline in work performance and a rise in. mortality rates at the casualty emergency centres,Purpose of the study.
The study assessed the organizational internal environment role clarity employee. empowerment commitment and their predictive potential on citizenship behavior at public and. private hospital casualty centers in Uganda, The study was guided by the following specific hypotheses. 1 There is a significant relationship between role clarity and OCB. 2 There is a significant relationship between role clarity and employee empowerment. 3 There is a significant relationship between organisational internal environment and OCB. 4 There is no significant relationship between employee empowerment and commitment. 5 Organisational internal environment role clarity organisational commitment and. employee empowerment ill significantly predict OCB in public and private hospitals. The study employed a cross sectional survey design The target population 540. comprised of casualty emergency employees A sample size of 120 respondents from two. hospitals public X and private Y hospitals was selected using a disproportionate stratified. random sampling design and included employees from surgical unit 52 5 Medical unit. 27 5 Intensive care unit 15 8 Investigation unit 3 3 and records 0 8 In terms of. professional diversity the sample consisted of doctors 8 3 nurses 68 3 paramedicals. 10 8 and support staff 12 5 Data was collected using self administered questionnaires. consisting of adopted operationalised scales, Instrument scale reliability analysis indicated that Cronbach alpha values for work. performance 819 Organisational internal environment 891 Employee empowerment 813. Organisational commitment 780 and Role clarity 706 were higher than 0 7 and therefore. considered satisfactory for this study, Questionnaires for primary data were administered to respondents collected after three. days and labeled to help in identifying the respondents without their knowledge This helped in. matching respondents filled questionnaires and the OCB scale rated by the immediate. supervisors Subsequently data was analyzed using special package for social scientists SPSS. Organizational internal environment page 4,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. to establish Pearson s correlation coefficient t test and regression analysis level of significance. between variables and groups under study, The results of data analysis are presented in table 1 2 and 3 in appendix showing.
correlations means standard deviations and regression analysis findings. Role clarity, There was significant positive correlation between role clarity and perceived employee. empowerment r 338 p 01 role clarity and organisational commitment r 301 p 01. role clarity and OCB r 204 p 05 role clarity and coping with information consultation. related problems r 187 p 05 See appendix 1,Organisational internal environment. Perceived organisational internal environment had a significant positive association with. coping with reward related problems r 584 p 01 and coping with information consultation. related problems r 498 p 01 However there was no significant association between. organisation internal environment and organisation commitment r 098 p 05 employee. empowerment r 111 p 05 and OCB r 006 p 05 See appendix 1. Employee empowerment, Results indicated a significant positive correlation between employee empowerment and. coping with information consultation related problems r 166 p 05 organisational. commitment r 465 p 01 and OCB r 436 p 01 See appendix 1. Organisational commitment and OCB, There was a significant positive relationship between organisational commitment and. OCB r 809 p 01,Regression analysis on OCB, Regression analysis results indicated that role clarity organisational commitment.
employee empowerment and supervision have a 66 1 prediction potential on OCB However. organisational commitment is a highly significant predictor of OCB both at public and private. casualty emergency centers t 12 682 p 01 See appendix 3. DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS, The results indicated a significant positive correlation between role clarity and. organizational behavior r 204p 0 05 High levels of role clarity generate high OCB. Organizational citizenship behavior has been linked to task role clarity and good planning The. Organizational internal environment page 5,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. above results agree with findings of Podsakoff et al 1996 who reported significant positive. corrections between leader role clarification and OCB Organizational citizenship behavior has. been linked to casualty emergency management effort to provide task clarification for doctors. nurses allied health professionals and support staff This lessens the burden of casualty. emergency handling in order to save life reduce mortality and disabilities and also to cut down. on associated hospitals costs expenses, Role clarity positively associated with employee empowerment at the casualty. emergency centres r 338 p 0 010 Higher levels of role clarity are associated with. increased psychological empowerment of employees This is in agreement with Wellins Byham. and Wilson 1991 findings that linked psychological empowerment to a sense of ownership and. control over tasks roles Employee empowerment and the energy that comes with feelings of. ownership are necessary pre requisites for continuous improvement Employees who tend to. have control over their work and work context have the competence to perform their work. Thus empowerment could be conceived as a positive additive function of perceived control. competence and goal internalization However there was no significant difference between X. and Y casualty emergency centres with regard to employee empowerment t 187 p 0 01. The results indicated no significant association between organizational internal. environment supportive supervision rewards information consultation and coping and. organizational citizenship behavior at the casualty emergency centres t 006 p 0 05 The. above findings are in disagreement with Turnispseed and Murkison 2000 research results are. also in disagreement with Bateman and Organ 1983 who reported a positive correlation. between supervisory relations and OCB, Further there was no significant relationship between perception of rewards and OCB r. 004 p 0 05 This finding is in agreement with Morrison 1994 who found non significant. links between pay reward and OCB but is in conflict with Bateman and Organ 1983 research. results that showed a positive correlation between OCB and pay rewards. In addition the study results indicated no significant association between organizational. internal environment and employee empowerment r 11 p 0 05 and differs from Kanter. 1977 1993 2003 findings that maintain that work environments that provide access to. information resources support and opportunity to learn and develop are empowering and enable. employees to accomplish their work In private hospital casualty most nurses interviewed. reported that the simplest decisions must always be checked before a subordinate at the lower. level proceeds with health service delivery This state of limited empowerment coupled with. inability by senior health staff to reach out and supervise casualty emergency health workers in. their duties has led to negative clinical and management habits Mwesigye 1995 Yet. Laschinger Wrong McMilion and Kaufman 1999 found out that nurses felt more empowered. in their work setting when leaders encouraged autonomy facilitated participative decision. making and expressed confidence in employee competence. Further employee empowerment positively associated with organizational commitment. r 465 p 0 01 The findings are consistent with Krammer Siebert and Liden 1999 who. found a significant association between psychological empowerment and organizational. commitment both in nursing and non nursing environment The findings are also in agreement. with Kanter 1993 who maintains that there is a positive link between empowering work. environments and organizational commitment Employees in empowering environments are. more committed to the organization are more likely to engage in positive organizational. activities and experience less strain Access to empowering structures at casualty emergency. Organizational internal environment page 6,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business.
centres could be facilitated by formal job characteristics Having access to these casualty. structures results into feelings of autonomy higher levels of self efficacy and greater. commitment to the organization Autonomy and self efficacy are components of what Speitzer. 1995 labeled psychological empowerment As a consequence of higher levels of. empowerment casualty emergency employees tend to experience positive feelings about their. work and are more productive and effective in meeting casualty emergency organizational goals. Health care professional often perceive having little or no control over extensive changes. and stressors in industry including an increasingly regulated environment complex health care. equipment and demands for higher standards of medical care better patient provider interaction. and quicker response times particularly during emergency. Organizational commitment was positively linked to OCB r 809 p 01 High levels of. organizational commitment elicit OCB This is supported by O Relly and Chatman 1986 and. Morman Nichoff and Organ 1993 findings that also indicated a positive link between. organizational commitment and OCB Many modern hospitals management approaches attempt. to indirectly control employees by fostering organizational commitment Muller et al. 1994 since organizationally committed employees are reported to be better performers Jauch et. al 1978 are more aligned with enterprise goals and are less likely than their uncommitted. counterparts to seek employment elsewhere Mowday Steers and Porter 1979. Findings indicated a significant difference between public and private hospital casualty. emergency centres with regard to overall organizational internal environment t 2 504. p 0 05 Public casualty Centres had higher levels on managing the organizational internal. environment Mean 100 2840 than private ones Mean 90 0000 This finding has been re. enforced by a significant difference on level of supervision between public and private casualty. emergency centres t 33 073 p 01 Public casualty center had a higher mean value. 45 3086 of supervision compared to private centers 38 8718 and therefore was better at. supervising workers who handle emergency cases, In addition there was a significant difference with regard to role clarity between public. and private Hospital casualty centers r 3 392 p 0 01 Private casualty emergency centre. was better at clarifying work roles Mean 18 2821 compared to public one Mean 16 6914. Private hospital casualty center endeavors to give sufficiently clear instructions for casualty. emergency work and health workers know their roles key result areas and performance output. to sustain service delivery, There was a significant difference in coping with reward related problems between public. and private casualty centers r 2 277 p 0 05 Public casualty center was better at coping. with reward related issues 17 6687 than private center 15 7436 The Public hospital. management had negotiated a loan scheme with commercial banks and hire purchase with. Tonakopesha and Zain U Limited These schemes were intended to make good the. salary rewards and maximize benefit Ministry of Health financial year 2000 2001 This has. helped staff including those at casualty emergency centres out of difficult financial situation. In addition results showed no significant difference between public and private hospital. casualty centers with regard to perception of information consultation bureaucracy t 1 750 p. 0 01 However there was a significant difference at coping with information consultation. related problems t 3 097 p 0 01 Public casualty center respondents were better at coping. with information consultation bureaucracy related problems mean 56 4198 compared to. private hospital casualty centers Mean 51 5263,Organizational internal environment page 7. Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, Lastly the t group test statistical findings showed no significant difference between. public and private casualty emergency centres with regard to employee empowerment t 187. p 01 organizational commitment r 1 624 p 01 and OCB t 0 031 p 0 01 This. finding was inconsistent with Moos 1994 and Seiter 1984 assertion that the work internal. environment characterized by quality interpersonal relations between supervisors and. subordinates improves employee commitment,Implications.
Management should enhance efficient handling of casualty emergency cases by. empowering health workers through specialized training team building revising compensations. systems upwards improving leadership climate and role clarity These avenues could then. generate high organisational commitment and citizenship behaviour at the casualty centers. Training health workers for empowerment must prepare the employee for the integrative and. collaborative role at casualty centers, The Ministry of health should put in place strategies for improving supportive. supervision information exchange among departments and reducing the red tape Further. employees should be fairly represented on hospital committees to participate in decision making. to improve commitment and enhance individual and team performance. The casualty emergency centers should be restructured in order to improve service. delivery In this line there should be a regular audit of the organisational internal environment to. monitor and evaluate the level of supervision reward related issues knowledge sharing. consultation coping strategies occupational attitudes and physical climate This is aimed at. enhancing employee psychological empowerment and performance Competence based. performance appraisals should be introduced and implemented expeditiously Employees should. be sensitized about their roles key result areas competences and expected performance output. Guidelines for referral of patients from peripheral public and private hospitals to national. referral hospital casualty centers should be drawn up in order to achieve a more effective referral. pattern and improve service delivery Further curative service sector financial vote should be. increased at national and district level to equip the casualty centers with adequate drugs. sundries medical first aid appliances and other treatment requirements. REFERENCES, Allen I J Meyer J P 1990 A three component conceptualization of organisational. commitment Human Resource Management Review Vol 1 pp 61 89. AMREF 1999 Injury as a public health problem in sub Saharan Africa Epidemiology. and prospects for control, Armstrong M Baron A 1995 Role and competence Analysis The job Evaluation. Handbooks London IPD House Camp Road P 131 145, Baker A M 1990 Transformational leadership a Vision for the future Balimore Williams. Bateman T Organ D 1983 Job satisfaction and the good soldier The relation between. affect and employee citizenship Academy of Management Journal 26 578 596. Batega H 2004 Accuracy of medical tests and investigations Health bulletin 12 5. Organizational internal environment page 8,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business.
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predictors of organisational citizenship and in role behaviours Journal of Management. 17 601 617, WHO 1999 Injury A leading cause of the global burden of disease Geneva. Zimmerman M A 1990 Taking aim on empowerment research on the distinction between. individual and psychological conceptions America Journal of Community Psychology. 18 169 177,Organizational internal environment page 11. Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, Table 1 Showing Pearson s correlation between research variables under study. Variable S R CRP ICR CIC RC OC EE OIE OCB,Supervision 1 000. Rewards R 572 1 000,Coping with 534 342 1 000,reward 000 000.
Information 618 529 587 1 000,Consultation 000,and 000 000. Coping 437 256 528 551 1 000,Information 000,Consultation 002 000 000. Role Clarity 033 032 096 119 187 1 000,RC 359 364 149 100 021. Organisation 028 102 057 139 084 301 1 000,al 380 135 259 068 183. Commitment 000,Employee 144 031 015 082 166 338 465 1 00.
empowerme 058 368 435 190 036,nt EE 000 000,Organisation 911 784 584 827 498 057 098 111 1 00. al internal 000 271 147 116 0,Environment 000 000 000 000. Organisation 039 004 043 071 073 204 809 436 006 1 00. al 334 483 319 223 215 476 0,Citizenship 013 000 000. Organizational internal environment page 12,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. Table 2 T group test for Public and Private Casualty Emergency Centers in Uganda. Variables Hospitals N Mean Standard T Df Sig p,deviation 2 d.
Supervision Public 81 45 3086 10 1114 3 073 118 003. Private 39 38 8718 11 9806 2 895 64 908,reward Public 81 24 333 6 4846 1 306 118 194. Private 39 22 7179 6 0522 1 336 80 007, Coping with reward Public 81 17 6667 4 4074 2 277 188 025. related problems Private 38 15 7436 4 1721 2 322 78 977. Perceived Public 81 30 6420 7 4587 1 750 116 083, information knowl Private 37 28 1622 6 3836 1 854 80 766. consultation, Coping with Public 81 56 4198 8 4733 3 094 117 002. information knowl Private 39 51 6263 7 0299 3 310 86 143. related problems,Role clarity Public 80 16 6914 2 6108 118 000.
Private 39 18 2821 1 9050 3 392 99 252,Organisational Public 81 51 0375 9 0769 177 107. commitment Private 39 53 8974 8 8905 1 624 76 883, Employee empowerment Public 81 89 2222 11 2550 187 118 852. Private 39 89 6154 9 7946 196 85 539, Internal environment Public 81 100 2840 20 5227 2 504 116 014. Private 37 90 0000 21 0805 2 479 68 169, Organisational Public 81 80 1235 16 1658 031 118 975. Citizenship Behaviour Private 37 80 0256 16 1774 31 75 080. Organizational internal environment page 13,Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business.
Table 3 Showing Regression of Organsational Citizenship Behaviour on Role Clarity. Organizational Commitment Employee Empowerment and Supervision. Model Unstandardise Standardize T Sig R2 R F sig,d coefficients d coefficient adjusted. B Std Beta,Constant 7 060 8 490 802 407 68,Role clarity 518 369 081 163. Organizationa 1 374 108 780 12 68 000 67 661 58 50 000. l commitment 2 2 3,Employee 176 093 119 1 886 062,empowerment. Supervision 126 078 088 1 628 107,Organizational internal environment page 14.

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