Exploring the relationship between job satisfaction and intent to remain within an organization among millenial nursing faculty
Kristie E. Davis-Collins, PhD, RN, CNE, Clinical Assistant Professor
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The nursing faculty shortage continues to grow with time with impending detrimental effects. Several factors influence the nursing faculty shortage, including inadequate compensation to clinical areas, low pool of potential nurse educators in graduate programs, and a faculty wave of retirements. Based on this information, it is vital for nursing institutions to improve job satisfaction and the intent to remain among millennial nursing faculty. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the relationship between job satisfaction and intent to remain within an organization among millennial nursing faculty. A cross-sectional, correlational research design was used to test the hypotheses of the study. Data were collected electronically from 188 participants using the Nurse Faculty Job Satisfaction and Intent to Remain in the Academic Organization instrument. The findings revealed a statistically significant relationship between job satisfaction, compensation, opportunities for advancement, recognition, and interpersonal relationships and intent to remain in an organization among millennial nursing faculty. The content analysis identified several themes including overall job satisfaction, inadequate compensation, lack of leadership support, and positive relationships with coworkers. The information gained from this study has significant implications for nursing education, practice, and policy. The study aims to enhance the knowledge surrounding essential elements for millennial nursing faculty to feel satisfied with the job and remain with an organization.
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|Keywords||Millenial Nursing Faculty;
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