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||A Study on Nursing Shortage in Taiwan: From Organizational-Climate Perspective|
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||People in Taiwan are experiencing severe problem of Nursing Shortage, this research discussed the problem via an organizational-climate perspective and tried to find the way out. Organizational-climate is an organizational level variable, and it affects employee’s behaviors and attitude. |
Through visiting 9 hospitals and surveying 205 nurses, result turned out that Human-relation climate and Rational-goal climate are positive predictors to job satisfaction and work engagement. For job satisfaction, the most predictable aspects are welfare and involvement, and for work engagement are welfare and effort.
Apparently welfare is the most powerful aspect. To conclude, hospitals which facing Nursing shortage could start form human resource management, formulating policies or executing practice that caring and valuing employee. After that their job satisfaction and work engagement will increase, and we can expect the decrease of their intention to quit.
||Zhi-Hong Zeng - chair|
Chihyuan Wang - co-chair
H. Jason Huang - advisor
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