Estudios de Administración
This study analyzes the antecedents of intentions to leave, and stay in the organization, in a sample of nurses and nurse aides by means of a survey methodology. Results suggest that higher levels of burnout, lower levels satisfaction with pay, and lower levels of work autonomy are associated with intent to leave both in nurses and nurse aides. Furthermore, in the case of nurses’, the flexibility of their work shift schedule explains additional variance of intention to leave. Increasing age explains additional variance in nurse aides’ intention to leave. Intentions to remain in the organization are explained by schedule flexibility and autonomy at work in the case of nurses, and lower levels of emotional exhaustion and higher levels of fulfillment at work in the case of nurse aides.
Publicado en: Estudios de Administración