The Effects of Nurse Practice Environment and Organizational Justice on Job Embeddedness Among Hospital Nurses
Seung Hee Lee, PhS, PhD, MPN, RN, Department of Nursing, The University of Ulsan, Ulsan, Korea, Republic of (South)
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This study was to understand more clearly about how work-related factors (e.g. nurse practice environment and organizational justice) affected job embeddedness along with general characteristics in hospitals nurses in South Korea.
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