J Korean Clin Nurs Res.  2018 Aug;24(2):127-136. 10.22650/JKCNR.2018.24.2.127.

Influence of Nurses' Followership Types and Ego-Resilience on Job Embeddedness

Affiliations
  • 1HN, Department of Nursing, Hanil General Hospital, Korea.
  • 2Professor, Division of Nursing, Hallym University Research Institute of Nursing Science, Korea. kkh05@hallym.ac.kr

Abstract

PURPOSE
The aim of this study was to investigate and identify the influence of nurses' followership types and ego-resilience on job embeddedness.
METHODS
Self-reported questionnaires were distributed to 546 nurses working at hospitals with 400 to 700 beds in Seoul and Gangwon Province, and 520 sincere questionnaires were analyzed using SPSS / WIN ver 23.0 program.
RESULTS
The job embeddedness, ego-resilience and followership types of the participants showed significant correlation with each other. In hierarchical multiple regression analysis, nurses' followership types and ego-resilience were identified as predictors of job embeddedness (Adj. R2=0.34, p < .001).
CONCLUSION
Findings of this study indicate that nurses need to develop their followership and ego-resilience to increase job embeddedness. Future studies should explore ways to improve followership and ego-resilience.

Keyword

Nurses; Followership; Ego-Resilience; Job Embeddedness

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Gangwon-do
Seoul
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