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Hu Li Za Zhi. 2012 Apr;59(2):51-60.

[Relationships among job rotation perception and intention, job satisfaction and job performance: a study of Tainan area nurses].

[Article in Chinese]

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Department of Anesthesia Sinying Hospital, Department of Health, Executive Yuan, Taiwan, ROC.

Abstract

BACKGROUND:

There have been major changes to the medical care system and heightened standards for quality in the nursing profession in recent decades. Multifunctional capabilities are closely related to individual working attitudes, and work satisfaction directly affects group performance. Hospital administrators increasingly expect to utilize nursing staffs flexibly in terms of working hours and shift rotation assignments. This study addresses the need to provide appropriate educational training to nurses and effectively delegate and utilize human resources in order to help nurses adapt to the rapidly changing medical environment.

PURPOSE:

This study on nursing staff in Tainan area explored the relationships between job rotation, work performance and satisfaction.

METHODS:

We used a questionnaire sampling method to survey nurses working in the Tainan area of southern Taiwan. Subjects were volunteers and a total 228 valid questionnaires (99.13%) were returned out of a total 230 sent.

RESULTS:

Both job satisfaction and performance correlated positively with job rotation perception and intention; Job satisfaction and job performance were positively related; Job satisfaction was found to affect work performance via job rotation perception and intention.

CONCLUSIONS:

This study found the hospital nursing staff rotation plan to be an effective management method that facilitates social evolution to increase positive perceptions of work rotation. Nursing staffs thus become more accepting of new positions that may enhance job satisfaction.

PMID:
22469892
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