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A Study of Influence on the Psychological State of Hospital Employees through Convergence Career Management Systems
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A Study of Influence on the Psychological State of Hospital Employees through Convergence Career Management Systems
Kim, Hyeon Young; Yim, Myung-Seong;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to show how much career management systems of hospital affect the psychological states of hospital employees. The research was dealing the issues about hospital's career management systems which affect exhaustion, cynicism, and job engagement. We found that job rotation has a negative significant effect on exhaustion. In addition, job rotation also negatively influence cynicism. On the other hand, career education and training has a positive effect on job engagement. Career management support systems and evaluation of career development, however, do not have significant effect on dependent variables. Thus, effective career management systems for hospital organizations are job rotation and career education and training programs. Finally, based on the analyzed results, this study has provide useful information for hospital management to establish efficient and productive human resources-management systems in order to increase in job engagement and reduce exhaustion and cynicism of employees as well.
 Keywords
Career Management Systems;Exhaustion;Cynicism;Job Engagement;convergence education;
 Language
Korean
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