A Study of Relationships Among Conflict, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment on General Hospitals

종합병원 간호사의 갈등과 직무만족${\cdot}$조직몰입과의 관계

  • Published : 2007.12.31


Purpose: The objective of this research is to explore the degree of conflict of nurses, and the relationships among conflict, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment for providing effective management of nurses. Methods: The research was conducted from July 1 to 31, 2006, with a survey of 280 nurses at seven general hospitals in Seoul. The survey tools were used Rizzo et al(1970)' tool for role conflict and role ambiguity Park(1988)'s tool for vertical conflict, and horizontal conflict, Park-Yoon's tool for job satisfaction(1992) and Mowday et al(1979) for organizational commitment. The acquired data were analyzed with SPSS using descriptive methods, t-test, ANOVA, LSD, Pearson correlation coefficient. Results: Overall conflict of nurses showed 3.00 .Job satisfaction of nurses revealed 3.12, and organizational commitment showed 3.34. The relationships between conflict and job satisfaction showed -65.6%. The relationships between conflict and organizational commitment revealed -56.2%. Conclusion: Conflict management is important factor of management for increasing job satisfaction and organizational commitment. It is needed that orientation and education program of detailed job description for nurses.