• Abstract

    The healthcare industry plays a crucial role by providing vital services to needy individuals. However, healthcare professionals often face unique challenges in their work environment that can affect their job outcomes and overall job satisfaction. Understanding the factors contributing to positive job outcomes is essential for enhancing healthcare employees' overall performance and well-being. The descriptive methodology and convenience sampling method were used for data collection from 396 nurses in the Vellore Region. To test this hypothesis, we utilized a mixture of the partial least square (PLS-3) technique and the bootstrapping technique. This abstract explores the critical factors influencing nurse retention while fostering a spiritually enriched nursing workforce. It delves into the pivotal roles of professional commitment, health support, intrinsic job satisfaction, extrinsic rewards, and workplace spirituality in shaping nursing. By investigating these elements, this study aims to shed light on strategies to enhance nurses’ retention and promote a more spiritually oriented healthcare environment. These findings have significant implications for healthcare organizations seeking to cultivate a dedicated and fulfilled nursing workforce. This research aims to provide insights and recommendations for healthcare organizations to create a supportive work environment that enhances job outcomes and employee satisfaction.

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Ashwini, P., & Padhy, P. C. (2024). Development of a Nursing Workforce: Influence of workplace spirituality, health support, extrinsic rewards, and professional commitment on nurse retention. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7(9), 2024210. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024210
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