Nurse and resident satisfaction in magnet long-term care organizations: do high involvement approaches matter?

@article{Rondeau2006NurseAR,
  title={Nurse and resident satisfaction in magnet long-term care organizations: do high involvement approaches matter?},
  author={Kent V Rondeau and Terry H. Wagar},
  journal={Journal of nursing management},
  year={2006},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={244-50}
}
AIM This study examines the association of high involvement nursing work practices with employer-of-choice (magnet) status in a sample of Canadian nursing homes. BACKGROUND In response to a severe shortage of registered nursing personnel, it is imperative for health care organizations to more effectively recruit and retain nursing personnel. Some long-term care organizations are developing employee-centred cultures that allow them to effectively enhance nurse and resident satisfaction. At the… CONTINUE READING

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