A Multifactorial Study of Registered Nurse (RN) Turnover and Retention

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Using a large sample (n ~1100) of registered nurses, we use structural equation modeling (SEM) to test a recent (2005) theoretical suggestion of micro-meditational processes, based, in part, on March and Simon’s (1958) classic model of employee turnover. The results general support these new processes. We discuss implications for future turnover research.

Keywords: Registered Nurse, Turnover, Retention, Survey, Mulifactorial, Macro Factors, Micro Factors
Stream: Economics and Management
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
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Dr. Ronald McKinley

Vice President, Human Resources, Department of Human Resource Management, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Batavia, Ohio, USA

Dr. Ronald McKinley has over 25 years of experience in the field of human resources. Before joining Cincinnati Children’s, he was a senior business consultant and led human resources management consulting practice at Williams and Company Consulting, Inc., a business advisory firm in Kansas City, Missouri. Other previous positions included vice president of human resources for APAC TeleServices, Inc., the third largest provider of outsourced customer service and sales in the U.S., and vice president of human resources for Long John Silver’s, Inc. McKinley has a doctorate (Ph.D.) in administration and management and a master’s in business administration (M.B.A.).

Dr. Rodger Griffeth

The Byham Chair of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Department of Psychology, Ohio University
Athens, Ohio, USA

Rodger W. Griffeth (Ph.D., University of South Carolina) is the Byham Chair of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Professor of Psychology, and Management Systems at Ohio University.. His primary research interest is investigating employee turnover processes, and in 1995 he co-authored a research book with Peter Hom, entitled Employee Turnover, published by Southwestern Publishing Co. He has most recently published a second book entitled Retaining Valued Employees, published by Sage. He authored or co-authored numerous refereed scholarly and practitioner articles and papers on employee retention and several other topics.

Dr. Myra Huth

Center for Professional Excellence-Research & Evidence-Based Practice, Patient Services (Nursing and other allied health professionals), Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Myra Martz Huth, PhD, RN, is the Assistant Vice President in the Center for Professional Excellence-Research & Evidence-Based Practice at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She also holds an appointment as a Research Scientist at University of Cincinnati College of Nursing. Dr. Huth conducts research to reduce children’s pain and has had several funded studies. During the past 30 years she has been a research associate, project director, nurse educator, clinical nurse specialist, school nurse, consultant, and staff nurse in the pediatric and neonatal arenas. Her publications include topics related to interventions to reduce children’s postoperative pain, a theory of pain management, instrumentation, and pediatric clinical practice.

Ming Guo

Human Resource Specialist, Research and Statistics, Department of Human Resource Management Services, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Ming Guo is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resource, and is currently the Human Resources Specialist on research and statistics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Her main interest lies in organizational staffing analysis, operations research using simulation models and statistical methods. She holds a Master Degree on Business Administration from University of Akron, and certification on Data Mining and Applications from Stanford University.

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