This study, led by Lewis College of Business, Marshall University, South Charleston, West Virginia, examines the relationship between nursing unions and nurse turnover and job satisfaction.
A total of 43,960 nurses from the 2018 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses were included in the analysis. About 16% were represented by labor unions.
Among the findings:
The researchers concluded that unionized nurses were less likely to report turnover but were more likely to have job dissatisfaction.
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