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The comparative study on changes in turnover intention according to the level of Burn out and the convergence mediating factors in fire officer
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The comparative study on changes in turnover intention according to the level of Burn out and the convergence mediating factors in fire officer
Ji, Dong-Ha; Choi, Mi-Suk;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to analyze the changes in turnover intention according to the level of Burn out and the mediating effect in fire officer. Higher levels of emotional labor and turnover intention resulted in higher levels of burn out(p<0.05). We used the logistic regression analysis to compare change of turnover intention according to the level of burn out. In logistic regression analysis, largest mediating factor were working days per week, the number of moving case per a day, physical condition, emotional labor and the odds(Likely to with high turnover intention) was down by 38.9% after adjustment for mediating factors. The results of this study indicate that emotional labor was negatively impact on burn out in fire officer. To reduce the burn out and the turnover intention, it is necessary to do more efforts to improve work environment (working days per week, the number of moving case per a day and emotional labor) and management personal factor(physical condition) for the fire office should be made to reduce such negative effects.
 Keywords
Burn out;Turnover intention;Emotional labor;Mediating factor;
 Language
Korean
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