Nursing Publications

Title

New Graduate Burnout: The Impact of Professional Practice Environment, Workplace Civility, and Empowerment

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-2010

Journal

Nursing Economics

Volume

27

Issue

6

First Page

377

Last Page

383

Abstract

The article presents the study on the impact of professional practice environments, civil working relationships, and empowerment on new graduates who experience burnout. Findings reveal the significance of working environments which facilitate graduates to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired in their educational programs. Several factors affecting job satisfaction of a graduate are also mentioned including good employer- employee relations, job stress and labor turnovers.