The Effectiveness of a Website to Improve the Effectiveness of Time Management for Employees in the Beauty Dental Clinic

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The objective of the study is to identify the effectiveness of a website in improving the time management of the staff at the Beauty Clinic for Dental. The researchers used the questionnaire method to collect data. The researchers used the random stratified sample method, and 30 questionnaires were distributed on the study sample. The Census method was used because of the small size of the study population. The recovery rate was 100%. The study found that the design of the website of the clinic of the Beauty of Dentistry from the point of view of workers was significant, with an average of (3.833) and a relative weight (76.667). In the first place was the axis of the interaction with the website, which came at a relative weight of (80.500), which is significant followed by the axis (security dimensions related to dealing with the website) and came with a relative weight (77.000), which is significant followed by the axis (The database of the website) came in the last place with a relative weight (72.500) which is significantly. The results of the study showed that the effectiveness of time management from the point of view of the employees of the clinic of the beauty of dentistry came large, with an average of (3.912) and a relative weight of (78.235). The axis (time guidance) came first with a relative weight of (78.000), which is very large, and the axis of (time planning) with relative weight (77.000) which is large, and the axis of (organization of time) ranked last with a relative weight (76.500) which is significantly large. The study reached a number of recommendations, the most important of which is the need to work on the design of the sites in a way that takes into account the process of design oriented towards the user in terms of early care for the user. Work on the design of websites from the point of view of the user in terms of aesthetic aspects of the sites to identify the strengths and weaknesses in these designs. The need for staff to use time management tools such as the use of a daily log to monitor their behavior and analysis of these behaviors to identify strengths and weaknesses in time, fixed dates for visits, and specific meeting times.
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