İŞ TALEPLERİ-KAYNAKLARI MODELİ: İŞTALEPLERİNİN, YÖNETİCİ DESTEĞİNİN VE OTONOMİNİN İŞE GÖNÜLDEN ADANMA İLE İLİŞKİLERİ ÜZERİNE BİR ARAŞTIRMA
Bu çalışmanın amacı iş taleplerinin (iş yükü, rol çatışması, rol belirsizliği, iş güvencesizliği) and iş kaynaklarının (yönetici desteği ve iş otonomisi) Türkiye’de sağlık kurumlarında görev yapan hemşirelerin işe gönülden adanma düzeyi ile ilişkilerinin incelenmesidir. Elde edilen sonuçlar iş yükünün dinçlik ve adanmışlık ile negatif yönde ilişkili, iş güvencesizliğinin ise dinçlik, adanma ve yoğunlaşma ile negative yönde ilişkili olduğunu göstermiştir. Amir desteğinin işe gönülden adanmanın çoşku ve adanmışlık boyutları ve toplam gönülden adanmışlık ile güçlü seviyede ilişkili olduğu, otonominin orta derecede etkiye sahip olduğu, rol belirsizliğinin ise coşku, adanmışlık ve toplam gönülden adanmışlık üzerinde orta derecede etkiye sahip olduğu belirlenmiştir. Tüm bu elde edilen sonuçlara gore, iş yükü, role belirsizliği, rol çatışması ve iş güvencesizliği algılarından olşaun iş taleplerinin ve otonomi ile amir desteğinden oluşan iş kaynaklarının hemşirelerin işe gönülden adanma algıları ile anlamlı bir ilişkisinin olduğu görülmüştür.
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