Job satisfaction among Swedish mental health nursing personnel: Revisiting the two‐factor theory

@article{Holmberg2018JobSA,
  title={Job satisfaction among Swedish mental health nursing personnel: Revisiting the two‐factor theory},
  author={Christopher Holmberg and Jino Caro and Iwona Sobis},
  journal={International Journal of Mental Health Nursing},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={581–592}
}
Swedish mental health-care services are experiencing a critical shortage of nursing personnel. Researchers suggest that this shortage is due to low levels of job satisfaction. Job satisfaction is frequently studied with the assistance of Herzberg's two-factor theory, and this theory has foremost been explored with studies using quantitative methods. The purpose of the present study was to provide a better understanding of Herzberg's theory in relation to job satisfaction among Swedish mental… 

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