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Effects of health business values on organizational commitment and a nursing axial research

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Dr. Öğretim Üyesi Sefer Gümüş and Ülkü Güner
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Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Purpose of the Research: It is the determination of the effect of the level of value nurses give to their jobs on their level of commitment to their organization. Materials and Methods: With the questionnaire form prepared in line with the research, a study was conducted on the nurses working in the Education and Research Hospitals located in the European side of Istanbul province, and the questionnaire was applied on 202 nurses. Results: The data obtained from the questionnaires were analyzed in computer environment using the SPSS17.0 statistical program.In the analysis of the data,in determining the descriptive characteristics of nurses, percentage and frequency descriptive statistics, average and standard deviation statistics in determining the level of organizational commitment and value they give to their jobs, t test, one-way ANOVA test and tukey tests were used to determine the differentiation of nurses' organizational commitment and work value levels according to their descriptive characteristics. Correlation analysis was used to determine the relationships between the organizational commitment and job value levels of nurses, and regression analysis was used to determine the level of influence of organizational commitment levels from job value levels. Conclusion: It has been concluded that nurses are connected to their organizations at a medium level but value their jobs at a high level, organizational commitment, and the level of value they give to their jobs differ according to their descriptive characteristics, and that there are statistically significant relationships between nurses' organizational commitment levels and work values.In addition, it was found that the organizational commitment levels of nurses were positively affected by comfort and safety among work values, while job value levels related to talent and growth negatively affected.

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