Work readiness of graduate nurses and the impact on job satisfaction, work engagement and intention to remain.

@article{Walker2013WorkRO,
  title={Work readiness of graduate nurses and the impact on job satisfaction, work engagement and intention to remain.},
  author={Arlene Walker and Kimberley Campbell},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 12},
  pages={
          1490-5
        }
}
BACKGROUND AND AIM Graduate work readiness is a relatively new construct that can predict graduate potential. Its impact on graduate work outcomes however, is unknown. The current study aimed to explore the relationships between work readiness and a number of work outcomes (job satisfaction, work engagement, and intention to remain). DESIGN AND PARTICIPANTS A survey design was used. A sample of 96 graduate nurses from two regional hospitals in Victoria, Australia participated in this study… CONTINUE READING
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