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Table 1 Demographics and study variables

From: Staff empowerment and engagement in a magnet® recognized and joint commission international accredited academic centre in Belgium: a cross-sectional survey

  Nursing staff n = 864 Healthcare staff n = 131 Medical staff n = 241
  n % n % n %
Generation Z 72 8.4 3 2.3 0 0.0
Generation Y 275 32.1 64 49.2 82 34.6
Generation X 290 33.8 42 32.3 99 41.8
Babyboomers 221 25.8 21 16.2 56 23.6
Gender (Female) 713 82.5 106 80.9 114 47.3
Satisfied - very satisfied 761 88.1 120 93.0 216 89.6
Very satisfied 226 26.2 43 32.8 74 30.7
Intention to leave hospital 49 5.7 9 6.9 28 11.6
Intention to leave occupation 78 9.0 13 9.9 6 2.5
Quality of care unit good excellent 728 84.3 104 79.4 213 88.4
Quality of care unit excellent 194 22.5 23 17.6 110 45.6
Quality hospital improved certainly improved 596 69.0 102 77.9 210 87.1
Quality hospital centainly improved 75 8.7 9 6.9 28 11.6
  mean SD mean SD mean SD
Social capital 3.06 0.54 2.98 0.57 3.05 0.59
Decision latitude 3.10 0.35 3.12 0.35 3.20 0.37
Workload 2.97 0.53 2.75 0.44 2.91 0.52
Vigor 4.53 1.29 4.51 1.01 4.56 1.14
Dedicaton 5.02 1.10 4.96 0.98 5.03 1.05
Absorption 4.44 1.36 4.26 1.30 4.45 1.22
Emotional exhaustion 1.71 1.20 .83 .83 5.10 .79
Depersonalisation 1.70 1.06 .60 .55 5.07 .80
Personal accomplishment 1.98 1.26 1.13 .97 5.11 .74
  1. Social capital, decision latitude, workload range 1–4; work engagement and burnout range 0–6