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The Relations among Workplace Friendships, Job Burnout and Organizational Commitment of Nurses.
In Taiwan, many licensed nurses are unwilling to do nusing jobs, and the resignation ratio of the nurse is higher than the resignation ratio of any other occupations. In addition, the excessive high ratio of nurse-to-patient has serious impacts on the quality of healthcare. Therefore, the commitment from the nurse to their organization and other associated factors are worth investigating. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relations among workplace friendships, job burnout and organizational commitment of nurses. A questionnaire survey was conducted to collect necessary data from in-service nurses.Totally, 540 questionnaires were delivered and the number of valid questionnaires is 446 (or 82.6%). By using SPSS to statistically analyze the collected data, the following results are obtained: (1) There is a negative correlation between workplace friendships and job burnout; (2) There is a negative correlation between job burnout and organizational commitment; (3) There is a positive correlation between workplace friendships and organizational commitment; and (4) Job burnout has a partial mediation effect to workplace friendships and organizational commitment.
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