Le but de cette étude est de tester le modèle théorique impliquant les relations entre les perceptions de l’autonomisation structurelle, de l’incivilité sur le lieu de travail et la volonté des infirmières de quitter les organisations et la profession d’infirmière.
Aim The aim of this study is to test the theoretical model involving the relationships between nurses’ perceptions of structural empowerment, workplace incivility, and their intention to leave both the organizations and the nursing profession. Background Studies investigating the relationships between structural empowerment, workplace incivility and nurses’ intentions to leave their organization is increasing. However, the results of studies indicating the effects of structural empowerment on these variables are inadequate. Methods We used a cross-sectional, correlational study to investigate relations among the variables with a sample of 574 nurses. Results Structural empowerment had a significantly direct negative effects on supervisor incivility, coworker incivility, and nurses’ intentions to leave their organization, as well as an indirect negative effects on intention to leave the profession through its negative influence on intention to leave the organization. Conclusions Strong evidence points out the importance of making plans to reduce nurses’ intentions to leave their organization and profession, to increase the structural empowerment in organizations and to reduce workplace incivility is presented. Implications for Nursing Management The results of this study can provide guidance for managers attempting to improve working conditions for nurses by drawing attention to the various factors affecting nurses’ intentions to leave. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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