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The Influence of Job Characteristics and Job Stress on Children`s Hospital Nurses` Turnover Intention
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The Influence of Job Characteristics and Job Stress on Children`s Hospital Nurses` Turnover Intention
Kim, Se-Young; Back, Seong-Hee;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study was performed to investigate the influence of children`s hospital nurses` job characteristics and job stress on turnover intention. Method: The subjects were 148 nurses who have been working in 6 children`s hospitals located in G city. Measurement tools used for this study included job characteristics were created by Lee, and modified by Hong, and job stress tool developed Kim & Ku and modified by Choi. And the tools used for assessing turnover intention were created by Mobley and Becker and modified by Kim. The collected data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, the independent t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson` Correlation and regression on SPSS 21.0 program. Result: Job challenge and job fitness among the sub-areas of job characteristics, job stress and salary were identified as factors influencing turnover intention. These factors explained 36.5% of variance of turnover intention. Conclusion: In conclusion, this results can be used to help the children`s hospitals creates an environment where nurses can enhance Job challenge and job fitness also, reduce job stress which lead to turnover rate and turnover intention.
 Keywords
Job;Characteristics;Stress;Turnover;Intention;
 Language
Korean
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