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Table 4 Bivariate analysis – allied health professionals (N = 334)

From: Individual and organizational predictors of allied healthcare providers’ job satisfaction in residential long-term care

  Variable correlation coefficient p value Sample Size (n)
Demographic Characteristics Gender   .1021 309
Age group   .7712 325
Highest Education   .1232 325
Current Enrolment   .5291 325
Primary Role   .4651 325
Hours worked in 2 weeks −.058 .3083 315
Time worked in current role −.006 .9153 304
Time worked in unit/LTC .020 .7223 309
Year Licensed −.050 .4083 277
Individual-Level Factors Burnout: Emotional Exhaustion −.471a < .001 3 322
Burnout: Cynicism −.548a < .001 3 318
Burnout: Efficacy .292a < .001 3 321
Work Engagement: Vigor .489a < .001 3 324
Work Engagement: Dedication .499a < .001 3 325
Work Engagement: Absorption .391a < .001 3 324
Empowerment: Competence .114b .040 3 324
Empowerment: Meaning .418a < .001 3 322
Empowerment: Self-Determination .495a < .001 3 324
Empowerment: Impact .420a < .001 3 322
Problem Solving .122b .029 3 321
Physical Health Status .055 .3273 322
Mental Health Status .268a < .001 3 322
Context-Level Factors Leadership .424a < .001 3 324
Culture .572a < .001 3 323
Evaluation .352a < .001 3 324
Social Capital .469a < .001 3 323
Organizational Slack-Staffing .266a < .001 3 325
Organizational Slack-Space .220a < .001 3 320
Organizational Slack-Time .350a < .001 3 320
Formal Interactions .103 .0644 323
Informal Interactions .149a .008 4 313
Structure and Electronic Resources .170a .002 4 317
Adequate Orientation .348a < .001 3 325
Dementia-related Responsive Behaviours −.071 .2004 325
  1. a Mean difference or correlation coefficient is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)
  2. b Mean difference or correlation coefficient is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed)
  3. 1 Independent Samples T-test
  4. 2 One-way ANOVA
  5. 3 Pearson’s r
  6. 4 Spearman rho
  7. Bolded items indicate a significant relationship at p < 0.05