Assessing Nurses’ Work-life Balance of a Regional Teaching Hospital in Taiwan
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- Burnout, Work-life balance, Safety attitudes questionnaire, Analysis of variance.
This study examines if nurses with different demographic variables have different work-life balance by using seven questions of burnout dimension from the Chinese version of safety attitudes questionnaire in a regional teaching hospital in Taiwan with the 2015 internal data. The results show that gender (with the unequal variance assumption), supervisor/manager, reporting events in the past 12 months, job status, and experience in organization have significant influences on late work. Job status and experience in organization have significant impacts on individual or family plan change due to work factors. Besides, reporting events in the past 12 months has a significant impact on missed meals. Therefore, late work should be placed in the first priority followed by individual or family plan change due to work factors and missed meals in order to improve nurses’ work-life balance.
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TY - CONF AU - Yii-Ching LEE AU - Chih-Hsuan HUANG AU - Hsin-Hung WU PY - 2018/04 DA - 2018/04 TI - Assessing Nurses’ Work-life Balance of a Regional Teaching Hospital in Taiwan BT - Proceedings of the 2018 5th International Conference on Management Science and Management Innovation (MSMI 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 304 EP - 309 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/msmi-18.2018.54 DO - 10.2991/msmi-18.2018.54 ID - LEE2018/04 ER -