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Table 5 GEE model: allied health professionals (N = 288)

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

Category Variables β SE 95% CI p value
  Intercept 1.112    .034
Individual-Level Factors Burnout: Emotional Exhaustion −.042 .0293 −.100–.015 .150
Burnout: Cynicism −.113 .0338 −.179 – -.046 .001
Burnout: Efficacy .013 .0344 −.054–.081 .699
Work Engagement: Vigor .079 .0544 −.028–.185 .148
Work Engagement: Dedication .025 .0717 −.116–.165 .732
Work Engagement: Absorption .061 .0746 −.085–.207 .414
Empowerment: Competence −.224 .0608 −.343 – -.105 < .001
Empowerment: Meaning .232 .0725 .090–.374 .001
Empowerment: Self-Determination .128 .0460 .038–.219 .005
Empowerment: Impact .10 .0448 .022–.197 .014
Problem Solving .015 .0752 −.132–.163 .839
Mental Health Status −.004 .0038 −.011–.004 .318
Context-Level Factors Leadership .060 .0394 −.017–.137 .129
Culture .097 .0666 −.034–.228 .145
Evaluation −.034 .0415 −.115–.047 .414
Social Capital .158 .0632 .034–.282 .012
Organizational Slack-Staffing −.021 .0314 −.082–.041 .511
Organizational Slack-Space −.015 .0247 −.064–.033 .538
Organizational Slack-Time .096 .0439 .010–.182 .029
Formal Interactions −.057 .0268 −.110 – -.005 .033
Informal Interactions −.008 .0141 −.035–.020 .587
Structural and Electronic Resources −.009 .0166 −.042–.023 .571
Adequate Orientation .088 .0314 .027–.150 .005
QIC: 103.181      
QICC: 96.712      
  1. β standardized coefficient, CI confidence interval, SE standard error
  2. Bolded items indicate a significant relationship at p < 0.05