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英国人力资源管理essay:Analysis on nursing empowerment-take P&O W

时间:2019-06-19 11:51来源:未知 作者:anne 点击:
1.0 Introduction介绍 随着企业管理层越来越多地认识到人力资源在企业竞争中的重要性,这些企业开始实施一系列的人力资源管理改革(Schon,1983)。最重要的政策之一是员工授权。员工授权对于
1.0 Introduction介绍
随着企业管理层越来越多地认识到人力资源在企业竞争中的重要性,这些企业开始实施一系列的人力资源管理改革(Schon,1983)。最重要的政策之一是员工授权。员工授权对于提高员工的积极性,提高员工满意度,降低企业管理成本,塑造企业良性竞争环境具有积极意义(Wilkinson,1998)。因此,护理授权也被广泛应用于英国医疗行业,希望通过增加护理授权来提高护理质量、增加护理动机和减少人员流动。然而,在具体的医疗实践中,员工授权能否实现预期目标是一个需要进一步分析的问题(Jones、Lantham和Betta,2013)。本文首先回顾了员工授权的相关理论,然后介绍了笔者在P&O研讨会上的经验,然后在对相关理论进行批判性分析的基础上,探讨了P&O研讨会的员工授权问题,最后就如何提高英国人的护士授权提出了建议。上海医疗机构。
As the importance of human resources in the competition of enterprises has been realized by more and more enterprise management, these enterprises begin to implement a series of reforms of human resources management (Schon, 1983). One of the most important policies is employee Empowerment. Employee empowerment has a positive meaning for improving the enthusiasm of employees, improving employee satisfaction, reducing the cost of enterprise management and shaping the benign competition environment of the enterprise (Wilkinson, 1998). As a result, nursing empowerment is also widely used in the UK healthcare industry in the hope of improving the quality of care, increasing nurse motivation and reducing turnover by increasing nursing empowerment. However, in specific medical practice, whether employee empowerment can achieve the expected goal is an issue that needs to be further analyzed (Jones, Lantham and Betta, 2013). In this essay, it first reviews the relevant theory of employee empowerment, and then it introduces the author’s experience in the P&O Workshop, and then based on critical analysis on the relevant theory to discuss the employee empowerment of the P&O Workshop, and finally the author recommends on how to improve the nurse empowerment of the British medical institutions.
2.0 Main body 主体
2.1 Literature review文献综述
授权是组织运作的关键,是指将完成工作所需的权力委托给下属(Aiken和West,1991年)。授权是领导者通过赋予员工和下属更多权力来实现组织目标的过程(Hanaysha,2016)。Hanaysha和Tahir(2016)认为,授权是指赋予员工更多参与决策和管理的权力,以追求企业的整体利益。其他学者认为,授权是指企业经营者给予下属部门和员工一定程度的权力,以便在企业经营者的指导和监督下,在工作范围内做出自己的决定(Allen、Lehmann Willenbrock和Sands,2016)。上述员工授权的定义提到,员工授权的基本特征之一是赋予员工更多的权力,区别在于,Hanaysha(2016)认为员工授权必须满足组织的目标,Hanaysha和Tahir(2016)强调员工授权的范围主要是参与管理和决策的权力。Allen、Lehmann Willenbrock和Sands(2016)认为,必须引导和监督员工授权。
Empowerment is the key to the operation of an organization, it refers to delegating the power necessary to accomplish a job to subordinates (Aiken and West, 1991). Empowerment is the process by which leaders achieve organizational goals by giving their employees and subordinates more empowerment (Hanaysha, 2016). Hanaysha and Tahir (2016) figured that empowerment refers to giving employees more power of participation in decision-making and management in pursuit of the overall interests of the enterprises. Other scholars believed that empowerment refers to the business operators’ granting subordinate departments and employees a certain degree of power, so that under the guidance and supervision of the business operators, so they can make their own decisions within the scope of work (Allen, Lehmann-Willenbrock and Sands, 2016). The above definitions of employee empowerment mention that one of the basic characteristics of employee empowerment is to give employees more power, the difference lies in that Hanaysha (2016) held that employee empowerment must meet the goals of an organization, Hanaysha and Tahir (2016) emphasized that the scope of employee empowerment is mainly the power of participating in management and decision-making.  Allen, Lehmann-Willenbrock and Sands (2016) thought that employee empowerment must be guided and supervised.
Hyde, McBride, Young and Walshe’s (2006) research mainly affirmed the importance of employee empowerment in enhancing employee motivation in terms of corporate culture and teamwork. AAMIR (2008), Aiken et al. (2001) agreed with what Hyde, McBride, Young and Walshe (2006) put forward to further analyze that effective empowerment of first-line nursing management to the grassroots nurses can increase the subjective initiative of the grassroots nurses. Boye and Jones (2012), Becker and Kernan (2003), Amabile et al. (2004) explained why employee empowerment can effectively improve employees' enthusiasm for work. The reason is that employee empowerment gives employees more power, opportunities and respect. As a result, employees’ work is more motivated to reduce their turnover rate. In addition, employee empowerment is also important to building a healthy and competitive corporate culture and atmosphere.
Aamir (2008) found the active role of employee empowerment from the perspective of employee performance. His findings show that modest employee empowerment can make employees work more efficiently, more purposefully, and more creatively. Aiken et al. (2001) explained the reason for why employee empowerment can improve employee’s performance of nurses from another angle. They pointed out that employee empowerment is good for alleviating the pressure and fatigue of employees. Becker and Kernan (2003) affirmed Aiken et al.’s (2001) findings and further commented that employee empowerment increases employees' sense of responsibility and encourages employees to work harder to better fulfill their responsibilities. Avolio, Zhu and Koh (2004) proposed that employee empowerment is particularly important for employees to deal with emergencies in their work. In particular, employee empowerment in service industries such as hotel management is very important (Kele, Mohsin and Lengler, 2017).
The above researches have confirmed the positive meaning of employee empowerment, but some other researchers were through empirical research to learn that there are many problems in the implementation of employee empowerment. Cooke (2006) pointed out that employee empowerment may increase the workload of employees, employee satisfaction may decline. Hyde, McBride, Young and Walshe (2005) found four changes brought to work of nurses by employees empowerment. Each change requires corresponding measures taken, otherwise, employee empowerment will not serve the expected purpose (Brown and Kanter, 1982).
Morrell and Wilkinson (2010), Beirne (2013),Jones (2000) affirmed the conclusion of McBride, Young and Walshe’s (2005) that different organizations should adopt a model that suits their situation in implementing employee empowerment, instead of copying a fixed pattern. Jones (2000), Beirne (2013) also pointed out that if management neglects the needs of employees to take tough measures to promote employee empowerment, it will aggravate the tension between employees and management.
Becker and Kernan’s (2003), Hyde, McBride, Young and Walshe’s (2006) and other studies have proved that employee empowerment may have a positive effect in practical work, but Jones (2000), Beirne (2013) and other scholars showed that employee empowerment is a systematic work, simple empowerment does not bring positive meaning, successful empowerment needs an organization to take more targeted supporting work to play the roles of desired effect. 
2.2 Employee empowerment status and improvement of the P&O Workshop 
Kele, Mohsin and Lengler (2017) proposed that employee empowerment plays a positive role in improving nurses' enthusiasm for work, reducing staff turnover rate and improving work efficiency. These studies have laid the theoretical foundation for NHS to implement the policy reform of employee empowerment in medical institutions. According to the policy of the NHS, P&O Workshop has adopted a system of employee empowerment for nurses. The author has the following views on the empowerment. 
First, the supervisors were not uniform about whether it should empower the nurses. Some of the supervisors thought that empowering the nurses would make them more convenient at work. Other supervisors believed that many nurses lacked the experience of possessing power, empowering them would make them confused. Such results leaded to that some nurses took more responsibility, and some nurses took less responsibility, the nurses were confused about what responsibilities they should undertake, what power they have and how to assess their own job performance, which instead of reduced the efficiency and motivation of the nurses’ at work.
Second, in order to save on medical expenses, the number of nurses has been drastically reduced for hiring medical assistants. Therefore, experienced nurses were not enough. In this case, the nurses' responsibilities and pressures to work after their empowerment would be further increased because they needed to take care of more patients and at the same time did the work that they originally did not have to do, such as clerical work, which further reduced the job satisfaction of the nurses.
Third, empowerment has changed the traditional assignment of nurses' tasks, they managed the patients according to the beds of the patients’ instead of the wards. As a result, the patients in the same ward were managed by different nurses. When the doctors went to a ward, they needed to find different nurses to inquire about the conditions, which may make the work efficiency lower than before empowerment.


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