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Influence of organizational commitment ,job satisfaction and job burnout on turnover intention of community medical staff
Pages: 935-938
Year: Issue:  7
Journal: Occupation and Health

Abstract: [Objective] To discuss the effect of job satisfaction and job burnout on organizational commitment and turnover intention of community medical staff.[Methods] 340 medical workers,who were collected from 23 community health service centers in Hengyang City by the cluster sampling method,were investigated by the organizational commitment scale,community medical staff job satisfaction scale,medical staff occupational burnout scale and turnover intention scale.SPSS 22.0 and AMOS 21.0 software were applied in the statistical analysis and construction of structural equation model.[Results] There were statistically significant differences in the scores of organizational commitment,job satisfaction,job burnout and turnover intention among community medical staff in different positions (P<0.05).The differences in the scores of job satisfaction and turnover intention were statistically significant among different working year groups (P<0.05).There were significant pairwise correlations among job burnout,organizational commitment,job satisfaction and turnover intention (all P<0.05).Structural equation model showed that turnover intention was influenced directly and significantly by the job burnout,organizational commitment and job satisfaction (β=0.32,P<0.05;β=-0.56,P<0.05;β=-0.13,P<0.05),and organizational commitment had significant partial mediation effect on turnover intention through job satisfaction and job burnout (β=0.11,P<0.05;β=0.29,P<0.05).[Conclusion] Among community medical staff,the organizational commitment influences the turnover intention by both direct path and partial mediation effect through job satisfaction and job burnout.
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