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    Title: Factors associated with job satisfaction and retention among care managers in Taiwan`s long-term care program
    Authors: 廖興中;林昭吟;劉宜君;陳敦源
    Liao, Hsin-Chung;Lin, Chao-Yin;Liu, I-Chun;Chen, Don-Yun
    Contributors: 公行系
    Keywords: long-term care;care manager;job satisfaction;retention
    Date: 2021-12
    Issue Date: 2022-08-23 15:01:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: As the population in Taiwan ages and the family function declines, the Taiwanese government has launched a series of social programs to prepare for the care of the elderly, aiming to implement a comprehensive long-term care (LTC) system. As the policy ideas are being put into practice, several key issues have emerged during the LTC planning stage, especially regarding the workforce required to implement the program, such as care managers. However, as the role of care managers is novel in Taiwan`s social welfare system, a pilot scheme of care management had been implemented at the city/county level between 2007 and 2016 under the Ten-Year Long-Term Care Program. This study conducted a universal survey with a total of 278 care managers in 2012 under the Ten-Year Long-Term Care Program. This paper aims to explore the following questions. What were the working situations of care managers under the LTC pilot scheme, such as work stress and job autonomy? What individual or organizational factors might influence the job satisfaction among care managers? To what extent would care managers be willing to continue their job following the implementation of a comprehensive LTC program? The results of this research will provide insights into the planning of LTC program, especially in relation to human resources management.
    Relation: 國家與社會, No.23, pp.101-136
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.30174/JSS
    DOI: 10.30174/JSS
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