The influence of organizational justice, organizational culture and emotional intelligence on intention of retention in reemployed nursesopen access
- Jung, Y.R.; Choi, S.Y.
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- Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
- Culture; Emotional intelligence; Justice; Organization; Turnover
- Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration, v.26, no.5, pp.501 - 510
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- Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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- Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of organizational justice, organizational culture and emotional intelligence on intention to stay in reemployed nurses. Methods: Data were collected from 154 reemployed nurses working in the two university hospitals located in G Province. Data were analyzed using t-test, ANOVA, Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient and Multiple Regression Analysis with SPSS/WIN 25.0. Results: Factors influencing intention to stay in the participants were period willing to stay (β=.36, p<.001), emotional intelligence (β=.35, p<.001), career break (β=.16, p=.015), organizational justice (β=.14, p=.046). The total explanatory power was 31%. Conclusion: In this study, organizational justice, emotional intelligence, career interruption, period willing to stay were found to be influential factors affecting intention to stay in reemployed nurses. A systematic intervention program for emotional intelligence is needed to increase the intention of retention in reemployed nurses. Further, human resource managers and specialists should consider organizational justice when designing the talent retention strategies. ? 2020 Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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