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Drawing from social identity theory, this study investigated certified nurse assistant’s perceived belongingness, attachment to their organizations, and intentions to leave their jobs. Healthcare reform was the public policy guiding this study. Our findings indicated affective commitment to the organization partially mediated the relationship between organizational identification and turnover intentions.

Publication Date

2015

City

National Harbor, MD

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Research Symposium

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Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing | Other Nursing

The Effects of Certified Nurse Assistants’ Socialization, Onboarding, and Turnover

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