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1.0 Introduction 简介
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 正文
2.1 Literature review
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.