Generation-specific incentives and disincentives for nurse faculty to remain employed.

Abstract:

AIMS:The aims of this paper are to: (1) describe work characteristics that nurse faculty report encourage them to remain in or leave their academic positions; and (2) determine if there are generational differences in work characteristics selected. BACKGROUND:Nurse faculty play key roles in preparing new nurses and graduate nurses. However, educational institutions are challenged to maintain full employment in faculty positions. DESIGN:A cross-sectional, descriptive survey design was employed. METHODS:Ontario nurse faculty were asked to select, from a list, work characteristics that entice them to remain in or leave their faculty positions. Respondent data (n = 650) were collected using mailed surveys over four months in 2011. RESULTS:While preferred work characteristics differed across generations, the most frequently selected incentives enticing nurse faculty to stay were having: a supportive director/dean, reasonable workloads, supportive colleagues, adequate resources, manageable class sizes and work/life balance. The most frequently selected disincentives included: unmanageable workloads, unsupportive organizations, poor work environments, exposure to bullying, belittling and other types of incivility in the workplace and having an unsupportive director/dean. CONCLUSION:This research yields new and important knowledge about work characteristics that nurse faculty report shape their decisions to remain in or leave their current employment. Certain work characteristics were rated as important among all generations. Where similarities exist, broad strategies addressing work characteristics may effectively promote nurse faculty retention. However, where generational differences exist, retention-promoting strategies should target generation-specific preferences.

journal_name

J Adv Nurs

authors

Tourangeau AE,Wong M,Saari M,Patterson E

doi

10.1111/jan.12582

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-05-01 00:00:00

pages

1019-31

issue

5

eissn

0309-2402

issn

1365-2648

journal_volume

71

pub_type

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