Organizational justice, selection, optimization with compensation, and nurses' work ability.

  title={Organizational justice, selection, optimization with compensation, and nurses' work ability.},
  author={Monika E. von Bonsdorff and Mikaela Birgitta von Bonsdorff and Zhiqing E. Zhou and Markku A Kauppinen and Merja Miettinen and Taina Rantanen and Sinikka Vanhala},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  volume={56 3},
OBJECTIVE To explore associations between age, organizational justice, selection, optimization with compensation (SOC), and work ability. METHODS Data for this study were collected in 2011 among 605 employees (mean age = 43.7, SD = 10.7, 86% women) working at a university hospital in Finland. RESULTS Age and work ability were negatively associated. Those who experienced high organizational justice and used SOC behaviors at work reported better work ability. The SOC behaviors mediated the… CONTINUE READING
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