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Influence of the Awareness of Healthcare Accreditation on Job Stress and Turnover Intention in Tertiary Hospital Nurses

Mun MY, Lee SY, Kim MY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of nurses' awareness of healthcare accreditation on their job stress and turnover intention. METHODS: Across-sectional correlation study design was used....
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The Effects of Working Conditions and Job Satisfaction on the Mental Health and Presenteeism of Early Childhood Teachers

Kim J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the mental health and presenteeism of early childhood teachers and to explore the effects of working conditions and job satisfaction on...
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The Effect of Job Stress on Health Promotion Behaviors of Nurses in a Regional General Hospital: The Mediating Effects of Positive Psychological Capital and Nursing Work Environment

Jang YM, Park JY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to provide preliminary data for alleviating nurses' job stress and support health promotion behaviors. Further, the study reviews the mediating effects of positive...
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Effects of Emotional Labor and Social Support on Turnover Intention of Hotel Workers

Ko M, Jung HS, Beak EM, Jung MH

PURPOSE: This study identified the influence of hotel workers' emotional labor and social support on their intentions to change jobs. METHODS: Study participants were 437 workers from seven hotels in Korea...
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Job Embeddedness of Korean Clinical Nurses: A Literature Review

Kang K, Chae YR, Park S

PURPOSE: This review aimed to integrate the results of studies related to job embeddedness of clinical nurses and suggest directions for future research. METHODS: A search for relevant studies was conducted...
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