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Table 5 Indicators of quality of working life predicting compassion fatigue, burnout, and compassion satisfactiona

From: How are compassion fatigue, burnout, and compassion satisfaction affected by quality of working life? Findings from a survey of mental health staff in Italy

  Compassion fatigue (N = 362) Burnout (N = 360) Compassion satisfaction (N = 360)
Adjusted R2 = 0.15 Adjusted R2 = 0.25 Adjusted R2 = 0.18
Coeff. 95% CI Coeff. 95% CI Coeff. 95% CI
Ergonomic problems 1.063 (0.278, 1.848) 1.228 (0.438, 2.017) 0.160 (−1.142, 1.463)
Job complexity 0.501 (−0.298, 1.300)
Trust −0.461 (−1.202, 0.279) −1.210 (−2.038, −0.382) 0.454 (−0.907, 1.816)
Autonomy −0.241 (−0.955, 0.474) 0.173 (−1.011, 1.356)
Participation −0.021 (−0.869, 0.828) −0.010 (−1.400, 1.380)
Perceived quality of meetings −0.618 (−1.360, 0.123) −0.726 (−1.550, 0.098) 1.873 (0.529, 3.217)
Organizational commitment −0.295 (−1.113, 0.523) 1.328 (−0.030, 2.687)
Impact of work on life 0.683 (0.175, 1.191) 0.692 (0.194, 1.190) −0.685 (−1.507, 0.137)
Impact of life on work 0.622 (0.141, 1.103)
Perceived need of training (Yes vs. No) 3.138 (0.171, 6.106)
Perceived risks for the future
 Some risks vs. No risks 0.818 (−0.629, 2.265) 1.589 (−0.010, 3.189) −3.003 (−5.559, −0.446)
 Many risks vs. No risks 1.261 (−0.233, 2.755) 2.826 (1.112, 4.541) −3.170 (−5.880, −0.460)
Opinion of current salary
 Sufficient vs. Insufficient −0.035 (−1.129, 1.058)
 Good vs. Insufficient −0.419 (−1.836, 0.997)
  1. aMultiple regressions controlling for socio-demographic and occupational variables. Bold indicates effect size with statistical significance