Effect of Religiosity to Intention to Leave of the Nursing Staffs
Demand & Supply in Health Economics eJournal, Vol. 9, No. 36: 2016
9 Pages Posted: 18 Oct 2016 Last revised: 21 Oct 2016
Date Written: October 21, 2016
This study aimed to analyze the influence of religiosity of the intention to leave the hospital nursing staff in Makassar. This research is classified as a quantitative research conducted cross-sectional study that using a survey method. The study population is all non-permanent nursing staff in three hospitals. Each of the two private hospitals, and a government-owned hospitals that all have same background history. The total samples are 101 nursing personnel. Research design is survey sectional cross method. The sampling using simple random sampling. A questionnaire and interview format were made to measure the level of religiosity nursing personnel associated with intention to leave. The results showed that there was no influence between the ideological dimension (p = 0.291), the ritualistic dimension (p = 0.275), experiential dimension (p = 0.189), and intellectual dimension (p = 0.993) of the intention to leave (ITL). There is a significant negative effect between the consequential dimension (p = 0.001) against the ITL. Nurses, who are on the good consequential dimension, tended to intend to be out of the hospital. It is expected that the hospital management keep on providing facilities to support program or activity increase of religiosity by adding the item of organizational performance assessment.
Keywords: religiosity, intention to leave hospital, turnover
JEL Classification: I15
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