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TitleTailored and ongoing training improve job retention
Category Documents & Reports
Author(s) Ejaz, Farida K.; Noelker, Linda S.
Publisher Name Institute for the Future of Aging Services
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Abstract This study involved interviews of direct care workers and their supervisors in five counties in Ohio. The findings suggest that nursing assistantsí satisfaction with training has far-reaching effects on job satisfaction, thus, it is important to address their reported training needs in order to have a more satisfied and high performing workforce.
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Extent of Work10 p.
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Notes Executive summary of findings from a research study sponsored by Better Jobs Better Care.
This record last modified: 5/5/2006
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