Newcomer nurses’ organisational socialisation and turnover intention during the first 2 years of employment

Marco Tomietto, Cristina Rappagliosi, Riccardo Sartori, Adalgisa Battistelli ABSTRACT: The aim of this study was to determine which organisational socialisation contents affect turnover intention in newcomer nurses within their first 2 years of employment. Strategies to decrease turnover are a priority for improving organisational stability, reducing costs and enhancing effective nursing care. A cross-sectional design[…]

Organizational socialization in the first three years of nursing profession: strategies to decrease turnover intention

Marco Tomietto, Cristina Maria Rappagliosi, Riccardo Sartori, Adalgisa Battistelli ABSTRACT: In the first years of nursing profession, new-graduate nurses’ turnover intention is a relevant issue due to both the tangible and intangible costs it generates to health care organizations, such as selection and recruitment costs, ward team burden in the onboarding process and the possibility[…]