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Job Satisfaction of Occupational Therapists Working in Sensory Integration Treatment Setting (감각통합치료 세팅에서 일하는 작업치료사의 직무만족도에 관한 연구)

  • Chang, Moon-Young;Lee, Mi-Hee;Jung, Hye-Young;Jung, Nam-Hae
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Sensory Integration
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.33-44
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    • 2012
  • Objective : The aim of the study was to investigate the job satisfaction of occupational therapists(OTs) who work in sensory integration treatment setting, and to analysis for factors influencing the satisfaction. Methods : Data were obtained from 62 OTs who had registered Korean Academy of sensory integration through a survey. Results 1 : Job satisfaction according to general characters: OTs who were above 35 years old and take the treatment course for sensory integration felt the highest total job satisfaction. OTs who are above 35 years old and have clinical experience under 12 month felt the highest salary satisfaction. OTs who are under 25 years old felt the highest promotion satisfaction. Female OTs felt higher colleagues relationship satisfaction than male OTs. 2. Job satisfaction according to work environment: OTs who work with 5 to 10 colleagues and work at private clinic felt the highest total job satisfaction. OTs who spend time treating patients more than 45 hours per week and work at private clinic. OTs who work with 5 to 10 colleagues felt the highest promotion and institute satisfaction. OTs who work at the disabled children care center considered change their job more than others. Conclusions : To improve job satisfaction of OTs, we need to consider size of organization, type of institutes. And we have to define role and specialty of OTs who work in various sensory integration treatment setting.

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An Integrated Model on the Determinants of Successful Post-M&A Information Systems Integration: A Comparative Case Study of Two Financial Firms in Korea (인수.합병 이후 성공적인 정보시스템 통합 결정요인에 대한 통합적 모델 연구: 국내 금융기관 비교사례분석 중심으로)

  • Lee, Chang-Jin;Lee, Jung-Hoon
    • Information Systems Review
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.45-66
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    • 2009
  • A number of companies are considering for merger and acquisition (M&A) as one of business strategies for their growth and survival. However, many of them do not create the synergy they had sought, and failed M&A, often result in negative outcomes in terms of productivity, market share, profitability and turnover of qualified employees. There have been numerous research studies conducted to analyze the factors that determine the success and failure of M&A, and it has been found that with the increasing dependence of many companies on information systems, post-M&A IS (information systems) integration success has a critical effect on the success of M&A. However, there have been very few studies on post-M&A IS integration success, and most have been restricted to integration of IS organizations or physical information systems. In order to conduct a comprehensive research on the factors that affect the success of post-M&A IS integration, this study surveyed preceding researches on not only information systems but also strategic management, economics, finance, HRM (human resource management) and organization management. Based on the findings, a comprehensive and integrated model of the influential factors on post-M&A IS integration has been proposed. The proposed model categorizes the factors into perspectives of M&A, strategy, organization, HRM and IS, and provides an empirical evaluation of each factor on the success of IS integration based on comparative case studies.

A Study on Relationships among Resilience, Stress, Burnout and Organizational Commitment of Hospital Nurses (간호사의 회복탄력성, 스트레스, 소진, 조직몰입과의 관계)

  • Ryu, Kyung;Kim, Jong Kyung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.7
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    • pp.439-450
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    • 2016
  • Clinical nurses have tendency to change their job while providing care to patient, experiencing extreme stress with shift work, increased demands for technique, and heavy workload. At this point, it is time for investigating resilience in nursing part, and resilience affect to increase organizational commitment and decrease stress and exhaustion at organization. This study is a correlation study to investigate effects resilience on stress, exhaustion, and organizational commitment of clinical nurses. The results are as follows; The participants' resilience level is 3.38(${\pm}.38$), at the maximum of 5, stress level is 3.73(${\pm}.50$) at the maximum of 5, burnout level is 2.74(${\pm}.68$) at the maximum of 6 and organizational commitment level is 4.22(${\pm}.68$) at the maximum of 7. Ftom this study, resilience, stress, and burnout showed negative correlation, and resilience and organizational commitment revealed positive correlation. In order to decrease the clinical nurses' stress, burnout and enhance nurses' organizational commitment, nurse managers have to manage nurses' resilience. For increasing resilience of nurses, nurse manager has to develop resilience program, and training for managing nurses' stress and burnout.

Nursing Students' First Clinical Experiences of Death

  • Park, Hyoung Sook;Jee, Youngju;Kim, Soon Hee;Kim, Yoon-Ji
    • Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.161-169
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    • 2014
  • Purpose: This study was conducted to comprehensively investigate nursing students' experience of their first encounter with death of a patient during clinical practice. Methods: This study took place from January 27 through March 6, 2012 with eight female senior nursing students enrolled at Pusan National University located in Y city who have experienced patient death. We collected their experience of their first death encounter during their clinical rotation by asking, "What is your first experience of patient's death during the clinical practice?" Husserl's phenomenological approach was applied in this study. Results: In this study, 17 themes, 15 clusters of themes and eight categories were derived. The categories included "Desire to avoid the reality of death", "Powerlessness", "Anticipation for recovery shifted to fear of death", "Various interpretations of death", "Limitations in their nursing practice", "Resentment of lack of nurses", "Longing to better understand death", and "Motivation for inner growth". Conclusion: Through their first encounter with death of a patient, nursing students experienced various emotions and viewed their role as hospice caregiver by projecting themselves as fully trained nurses in future. Participants considered terminal care as a part of nursing care. The result of this study indicates the need to include education of death in the nursing school curriculum.

A Meta-analysis of the Factors Related to Psychological Burn-out of Early Childhood Teachers (유아교사의 심리적소진과 관련된 요인에 대한 메타분석)

  • Moon, Dong-Kyu
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.19 no.11
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    • pp.38-52
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    • 2018
  • This study examined the effect sizes of psychological burnout-related factors on the psychological burnout of early childhood teachers by applying meta - analysis focusing on master 's theses, doctoral dissertations and journals that have been published in Korea for the past 20 years. The results of the analysis are as follows. First, the total effect size, the factor group, the sub-factor, and the positive and negative effect factors of the inducing and inhibiting factors showed a significant effect size. Second, in terms of inducing factors, the task problem group showed a larger effect size than the negative relationship group. Third, among the lower factor of the negative relationship group, all the sub factors excluding the negative relationship with the director, effect size showed a medium effect size. Fourth, task stress showed the greatest effect size among the sub factors of the task factor group, followed by role conflict, task overload, and role ambiguity. Fifth, resilience showed the greatest effect size among the inhibition factors, followed by organizational support factor, teacher efficacy factor, social support factor, and emotional factor. Sixth, all sub factors of the emotional labor factor group, organizational support factor of the organizational support factor group, general teacher efficacy factor of the teacher efficacy factor group, and all sub factors of social support factor Medium effect size. In addition, the lower factor of all the other factors showed a large effect size. Seventh, of the effect factors, job satisfaction factor, depression factor, and turnover intention factor all showed a large effect size.

Factors Influencing Job Embeddedness Toward Nurses in Small-and Medium-Sized Hospitals (소규모 중소병원 간호사의 직무착근도에 미치는 영향요인)

  • Hyeon, lI-Seon;Lee, So-Young
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.21 no.6
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    • pp.425-431
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study was to provide nurses with the basic data to prepare nurses for systematic job embeddedness, job stress, and burnout in small and medium-sized hospitals and to identify any correlations. The data were collected between 1 November 2018 and 28 February 2019. The factors and general characteristics influencing the job embeddedness were found to be position (t=3.53, p<.001), total career (F=3.46, p=.034), current career (F=5.59, p=.004), and turnover experience (t=-1.72, p=.008). The job embeddedness was negatively correlated with the awareness of burnout (r=-.570, p<.001) and job stress (r=-.349, p<.001). Burnout (β=-.570, p<.001) and job stress (β=-.552, p<.001) had significant effects on job embeddedness (F=46.21, p<.001); the explanatory power of these variables was 34.9%. In other words, nurses in hospitals with fewer than 200 beds experienced higher job stress because they were exhausted. This suggests that it has a negative effect on job arrival, which is the intention to remain in the current organization. Therefore, it is necessary to manage exhaustion and job stress appropriately for the job.

A Structural Relationship among Job Requirements, Job Resources and Job Burnout, and Organizational Effectiveness of Private Security Guards (민간경비원의 직무요구 직무자원과 소진, 조직유효성의 구조적 관계)

  • Kim, Sung-Cheol;Kim, Young-Hyun
    • Korean Security Journal
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    • no.48
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    • pp.9-33
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of the present study was to find out cause-and-effect relationship between job requirements and job resources, with job burnout as a mediator variable, and the effects of these variables on organizational effectiveness. The population in the present study was private security guards employed by 13 private security companies in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do areas, and a survey was conducted on 500 security guards selected using purposive sampling technique. Out of 460 questionnaires distributed, 429 responses, excluding 31 outliers or insincere responses, were used for data analysis. For analysis, data were coded and entered into SPSS 18.0 and AMOS 18.0, which were used to analyze the data. Descriptive analyses were performed to find out sociodemographic characteristics of the respondents. The exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) were used to test the validity of the measurement tool, and the Cronbach's Alpha coefficients were calculated to test the reliability. To find out the significance of relationships among variables, Pearson's correlation analysis was performed. Covariance Structure Analysis (CSA) was performed to test the relationship among latent factors of a model for job requirements, job resources, job burnout, and organizational effectiveness of the private security guards, and the fitness of the model analyzed with CSA was determined by the goodness-of-fit index ($x^2$, df, p, RMR, GFI, CFI, TLI, RMSEA). The level of significance was set at .05, and the following results were obtained. First, even though the effect of job requirements on job burnout was not statistically significant, it had a positive influence overall, and this result can be considered such that the higher the perception of job requirements by the member of the organization, the higher the perception of job burnout. Second, the influence of job resources on job burnout was negative, which can be considered that the higher the perception of job resources, the lower the perception of job burnout. Third, even though the influence of job requirements on organizational effectiveness was statistically nonsignificant, it had a negative influence overall, and this result can be considered that the higher the perception of job requirements, the lower the perception of organizational effectiveness. Fourth, job resources had a positive influence on organizational effectiveness, and it can be considered that the higher the perception of job resources, the higher the perception of organizational effectiveness. Fifth, the results of the analysis between job burnout and organizational effectiveness revealed that, even though the influence of job burnout on organizational effectiveness was statistically nonsignificant, it had partial negative influences on sublevels of organizational effectiveness, and this may suggest that the higher the perception of job burnout by the organization members, the lower the organizational effectiveness. Sixth, the analysis of mediating role in the relationship between job requirements and organizational effectiveness, job burnout was taking partial mediating role between job requirements and organizational effectiveness. These results suggest that reducing job burnout by managing job requirements, organizational effectiveness that leads to job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnover intention can be maximized. Seventh, the analysis of mediating role in the relationship among job requirements, job resources, and organizational effectiveness, job burnout was assuming a partial mediating role in the relationships among job requirements, job resources, and organizational effectiveness. These results suggest that organizational effectiveness can be maximized by either lowering job requirements or burnout management through reorganizing job resources.

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