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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Antecedents Of Job Stress And Its Impact On Nurse’s Job Satisfaction And Turnover Intention In Public And Private Hospitals Of Punjab Pakistan

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AUTHOR(S)

Siti Norasyikin Abdul Hamid; Muhammad Naeem Shahid; Waseem-Ul-Hameed; Muhammad Amin; Shahid Mehmood

 

KEYWORDS

Job Stress, Role Ambiguity, Relationship with supervisor, work family conflict, Job satisfaction, Turnover intention.

 

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to develop and test a framework which examined the consequences of job stress and its, impact on (job satisfaction and turnover intention) of charge nurses from public and private hospitals of Bahawalpur, Punjab of Pakistan. The study was quantitative in nature and conducted among 150 nurses selected by using convenience sampling technique. Further, Data was collected through a self-administered questionnaire. Data analysis was done by using SPSS 17 and applied regression analysis for obtaining results. The results of the study demonstrate a significant positive correlation between role ambiguity and job stress. Further, similar correlation results have found between, work family conflict, job satisfaction and turnover intention. However, there is a negative correlation with supervisor support, job stress, job satisfaction and turnover intention with each other. As future recommendations this research suggests research population can be extended to the, other provinces and other sectors of research.

 

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