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Dill JS, Morgan JC, Weiner B
Frontline health care workers and perceived career mobility: do high-performance work practices make a difference?
This study examined how high-performance work practices (HPWPs) that focus on career development are related to an individuals' perceived mobility with their current employer, and also examined the relationships between perceived mobility, job satisfaction, and turnover intent. The findings suggest that tuition remission and educational release time positively predict perceived mobility, while measures of perceived organizational support in one's current position and perceived supervisor support for career development are also significant predictors of perceived mobility. Additionally, perceived mobility is a significant predictor of job satisfaction and intent to stay with current employer.
Citation: Dill JS, Morgan JC, Weiner B . Frontline health care workers and perceived career mobility: do high-performance work practices make a difference? Health Care Manage Rev 2014 Oct-Dec;39(4):318-28. doi: 10.1097/HMR.0b013e31829fcbfd.
Keywords: Provider: Health Personnel, Provider Performance, Workforce