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Country Effect on Nurses’Job Satisfaction:South Korean and Uzbekistan Cases

의료경영학연구 2020년 14권 3호 p.1 ~ 14
백연정, 이상현,
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백연정 ( Paik Yon-Jeong ) - Ajou University Department of Business Administration
이상현 ( Lee Sang-Hyun ) - Ajou University Department of Business Administration

Abstract


Based on Maslow’s need hierarchy theory, examined how antecedents of nurses’ job satisfaction and turnover intention vary between two countries with different levels of economic development (South Korea and Uzbekistan). Using data from 1,723 nurses of the two countries, collected through a paper-and-pencil survey, we tested our hypotheses with hierarchical linear regression and PROCESS. We found that workload, pertaining to one of the higher needs of Maslow’s need hierarchy (i.e., self-actualization), was a significant predictor of nurses’ job satisfaction and turnover intention only in South Korea, a more economically developed country. In addition, the positive effects of pay satisfaction on job satisfaction and turnover intention, pertaining to one of the lower level needs (i.e., physical need), were stronger for Uzbekistan nurses than for Korean ones. These indicate that a more dynamic, macro-level approach is necessary in studying antecedents of nurses’ job satisfaction.

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Nurses; Job satisfaction; Turnover intention; Nursing environment; Need hierarchy theory

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