Poor social cohesion and culture of blame causes staff turnover

February 2004
Australian Nursing Journal;Feb2004, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p8
Discusses the findings of a benchmarking research conducted by Best Practice Australia on nurses staff turnover in Australia. Perception of nurses on workload and staffing; Influence of workplace culture and social cohesion on job satisfaction and resignation; Types of workplace culture.


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