The Effect Of Job Rotation And Role Stress Among Nurses On Job Satisfaction And Organizational Commitment

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The authors Wen-Hsien Ho, Ching Sheng Chang, Ying-Ling Shih and Rong-Da Liang in their research article “Effects Of Job Rotation And Role Stress Among Nurses On Job Satisfaction And Organizational Commitment”, conducted a field study and the purpose of study was to inspect how role stress among nurses could affect their organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and if the job rotation system might encourage nurses to recognize, relate to and share the vision of the organization, it will result in enhancing their job satisfaction and stimulating them to be motivated and remain in their jobs and provide themselves to the organization. The participants were the nurses who had had experience of job rotation and they were employed in two major and renowned hospitals in southern Taiwan. With approval and mutual consensus with the top management of the hospitals they administered and distributed a questionnaire among the nurses who had had experience of job rotation. Total 650 copies were distributed among the two hospitals in southern Taiwan. Literature Review Variables and Hypothesis: Job Rotation: “Job rotation is also called cross-training, meaning an employee of a unit or department can learn diversified job skills during a specific period of time; it is also regarded as a practical approach to enrich and expand job assignments”. “In addition, job rotation is also regarded as a method of job design that, on top of allowing employees to learn job skills from different

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