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Journal of Korean Gerontological Nursing 2012;14(1):40-49.
노인요양시설 간호사와 병원간호사의 감정노동과 직무만족 비교
Comparison between Nursing Home Nurses and Hospital Nurses for Emotional Labor and Job Satisfaction
Sung, Kiwol
The study was done to compare emotional labor and job satisfaction for nurses working in nursing homes and hospitals.
Data were collected from surveys with questionnaires from a sample of 80 nursing home nurses and 82 hospital nurses, and included measures of emotional labor and job satisfaction in the study instrument. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and stepwise multiple regressions with the SPSS/WIN 19.0.
In nursing home nurses emotional labor was positively related to length of experience as an RN. The significant predictors of emotional labor were religion (β=.40, p<.001) and length of experience as an RN (β=.35, p=.001) explaining 23% of the variance in emotional labor. In hospital nurses emotional labor was negatively related to job satisfaction. The significant predictors of emotional labor were job satisfaction (β=-.49, p<.001), and religion (β=.29, p=.002) explaining 35% of the variance in emotional labor.
The study results show emotional labor of nurses is influenced by the job satisfaction and religion of nurses indicating a need to increase job satisfaction and explore religious life in order to decrease emotional labor in nurses.
Key words: Emotions, Job Satisfactions, Nurse
Key words: 감정노동, 직무만족, 간호사
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