The Phase Model of burnout and Employee Turnover
ERIC A. GOODMAN and R. WAYNE BOSS
JHHSA, Vol. 25 No. 1, (2002)
This study explores the phase model of burnout and investigates its
relationship to actual turnover in a hospital. The results indicate that
employees who turnover have significantly higher burnout phase scores
that those who stay in the organization. A further comparison of volun-
tary and involuntary turnover demonstrates that there is no significant
differences on burnout phase scores. The findings lend support to the
usefulness of the phase model of burnout.
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