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The research on changes in turnover intention due to the degree of occupational stress and the mediating parameters in fire-officerse Mice
- kang, Kwang Soon (Dept. of Emergency Medical Technology, Daejeon Health Institute of Technology) ;
- Ji, Dong Ha (Dept. of Environmental Health, Daejeon Health Institute of Technology)
- Received : 2017.05.10
- Accepted : 2017.06.28
- Published : 2017.07.31
This study was performed to investigate the changes in turnover intention according to the level of occupational stress and to find the mediating factor that reducing the turnover intention among fire officer. To compare change of turnover intention according to the degree of occupational stress, statistical analyses were done by using the logistic regression model. In logistic regression analysis, the possibility of high turnover intention in a group with high occupational stress was hjgher by 4.11 times than a group with low occupational stress. The results of analyzing the degree of change in turnover intention after applying the mediating parameters(physical condition, emotional labor, burn out), turnover intention decreased by about 50.6%(from 4.11 times to 2.03 times) at the high level of occupational stress. As a result, it was found that the occupational stress experienced by the fire-officers had a positive effect on the turnover intention. In order to reduce the turnover intention due to the occupational stress of the fire-officers, it is necessary to manage factors such as work environmental factors(emotional labor, burn out) and individual factor(physical condition).
Supported by : Daejeon Health Institute of Technology
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