Relational Model of Organizational Politics Perception, Job Satisfaction, Job Stress, and Organizational Commitment in Hospital Nursing StaffJournal: Archives of Nursing Practice and Care (Vol.3, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2017-12-30
Authors : Su-Yueh Chen Jaw-Yuan Wang Ching-Sheng Chang; Hui-Ching Weng;
Page : 084-093
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Objectives: This study investigated the correlations between the organizational politics perception, job satisfaction, job stress, and organizational commitment of the hospital employees in a medical centre. This will allow managers at various levels to understand better the organizational politic perception of the hospital nursing staff, which will enable them to reduce the negative impacts of hospital nursing staff's organizational politics perception and job stress, and improve the job satisfaction and organizational commitment of hospital employees. Accordingly, the hospital will become more competitive and achieve sustainable operation. Methods: We adopted a cross-sectional design using a questionnaire survey. In this study, the convenience sampling method was applied to the nurses of the hospital. A total of fi ve hundred questionnaires were distributed between March 2017 and May 2017, and four hundred and fi fty seven ones were returned; 448 of the copies were valid, with a valid response rate of 89.6%. The SPSS 18.0 and Amos 18.0 (structural equation modeling) software were used for data analysis.
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