|Title||Factors associated with nursing home staff turnover|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1996|
|Authors||Banaszak-Holl J., Hines M.A|
|Keywords||Adult, Aged, Aged, 80 and over, Female, Homes for the Aged/*manpower, Human, Job Satisfaction, Male, Middle Aged, Nursing Homes/*manpower, Patient Care Team/statistics & numerical data, Personnel Turnover/*statistics & numerical data, United States, Workload/statistics & numerical data|
This study examines whether, while controlling for local economic conditions, job design and other organizational factors affect facility aide turnover rates in a sample of 250 nursing homes from 10 states. Facility characteristics were largely based on administrator and director of nursing interviews conducted in 1993 as part of the Health Care Financing Administration's evaluation of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) implementation. Aide turnover was significantly reduced by involvement in interdisciplinary care plan meetings. Turnover rates were higher in for-profit homes. Aide involvement in assessments, aide training and workload, case mix severity, payor source mix, and facility size were not significantly related to aide turnover.