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KMID : 0614820060120040604
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2006 Volume.12 No. 4 p.604 ~ p.614
Factors Influencing Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction of Nurses
An Hye-Kyung

Kang In-Soon
Abstract
Purpose: This study was to identify factors that influence the organizational commitment and job satisfaction of nurses.

Method: The data were collected from 1st, August until 7th, August, 2005. The subjects were 238 nurses from a general hospital in Busan. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficient, and stepwise multiple regression using SPSS program.

Result: The organizational commitment and job satisfaction was significant positive correlations with flexibility, satisfaction, competence factors and significant negative correlations with empathy factors and centralization factor. The most powerful predictors of Nurses’s organizational commitment and job satisfaction was managerial strategy of organizational characteristics. And, satisfaction factors of professional self-concept, affiliative-dominant culture and conservative- dominant culture and innovative-dominant culture were powerful predictor factors. The Other powerful predictors of nurses’s job satisfaction were satisfaction factors of professional Self-concept, communication and centralization factor of organizational characteristics, affiliative-dominant culture and conservative-dominant culture, professional image factor of nurse image.

Conclusion: This study revealed that important factors for nurses’s organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Consequently, the manager should be make effective managerial strategy and encourage that nurse have more satisfy to professional self-concept. And the manager make constant efforts to create an affiliative culture in hospital.
KEYWORD
job satisfaction, organizational commitment
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