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Table 4 Results from stepwise linear regression analyses

From: Relationships between burnout, turnover intention, job satisfaction, job demands and job resources for mental health personnel in an Australian mental health service

Model Betaa Adj. R2 change F value P value
Dependent variable: Disengagement
 Rewards and recognition −.30 .20   
 Shiftwork .20 .05   
 Time Pressure .17 .03   
 Medical staff member −.17 .02   
 Job Control −.17 .02   
 Overall model   .32 20.62 < .001
Dependent variable: Exhaustion
 Emotional demands .25 .16   
 Shiftwork .21 .07   
 Feedback −.16 .05   
 Work-Home interference .17 .03   
 Age −.19 .04   
 Time pressure .14 .02   
 Male gender −.14 .01   
 Physical environment .15 .02   
 Working in community setting .11 .01   
 Overall model   .41 16.87 < .001
Dependent variable: Turnover intention
 Rewards and recognition −.24 .14   
 Job Control −.24 .03   
 Recipient contact demands .19 .02   
 Medical staff member −.13 .02   
 Overall model   .21 14.42 < .001
Dependent variable: Job satisfaction
 Feedback .22 .11   
 Participation .18 .05   
 Medical staff member .17 .02   
 Job Control .17 .01   
 Recipient contact demands −.13 .01   
 Overall model   .20 11.45 < .001
  1. Adj. R2 = Adjusted R2
  2. a Standardised coefficient for variable in final model