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Job Satisfaction Among Care Aides in Residential Long-Term Care: A Systematic Review of Contributing Factors, Both Individual and Organizational

Journal Article
August 1, 2015

This article provides a systematic review of 42 publications, evaluating the evidence on the individual and organizational factors that are associated with job satisfaction among nursing assistants and other direct care workers in residential long-term care settings.

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Key Takeaways

Empowerment and autonomy are two key factors associated with nursing assistant job satisfaction.
Facility resources and workload are associated with job satisfaction for nursing assistants.
The findings indicate the need for tailored strategies to boost nursing assistant job satisfaction.
 
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