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A REVIEW OF NURSES’ TURNOVER RATE: DOES INCREASED INCOME SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF NURSES LEAVING REGULAR JOBS

FEBRUARY 2015 - VOL.9 | REVIEWS ARTICLE

Evidence of a high rate of nurse turnover is a serious problem in the health care system. From the author’s experience, in order to retain nurses in their career, the administrator should study the real problems by multilevel from individual, interpersonal, job, organization and nation. A positive environment creates a highly successful rate which are a culture of an organization, climate, stress factors, staffing ratio, career development program as well as reward and recognition.

Keywords:

turnover rate in nurse’s profession

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Figure 1 :
The JOINT concept model for explaining and predicting absenteeism and turnover among nurses.
Table 1:
Factors of individual level.
Table 2:
Factors of interpersonal level.
Table 3:
Factors of job level.
Table 5:
Factors of national level.
Table 4:
Factors of organization level.
Table 6:
Frequency of incentives selected from most frequent to least frequent by generation.
Table 7:
Frequency of dis-incentives selected from most frequent to least frequent, by generation.
Table 8:
Reasons given by new RNs who had left previous hospitals between January 2013 and July 2014. (n = 238)
Table 9:
The new RNs who selected Samitivej Hospital as a place to work between January 2013 and July 2014. (n = 238)
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