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    May, 2024 | Volume 33, No. 2
  • Article 2024-05-31

    Factors affecting Insomnia by Degree of Subjective Noise Perception in School Meal Facility Workers

    Jung, Yunju · Park, Heeju · Lee, Yoon-Jung · Baek, Eun-Mi

    Abstract : Purpose: This study aims to identify the level of subjective noise perception among School Meal Facility Workers and analyze the relationship between subjective noise perception and insomnia, as well as the factors affecting insomnia. Methods: School meal facility workers were surveyed from November 1 to December 31, 2021, and 717 people were selected as participants for the study. Using SPSS/WIN 25.0, t-test, x2 test, and multiple logistic regression analysis were conducted. The Korean Insomnia Severity Index (ISI-K) was used to evaluate insomnia. Results: The variables that showed significant differences in insomnia in general characteristics, health-related characteristics, subjective health perception, and subjective noise perception of the study participants were mental disorders such as subjective health perception, work stress, depression, etc., gastrointestinal disorders, and subjective noise perception, among which subjective health perception, mental disorders such as depression, and subjective noise perception were analyzed as factors influencing insomnia. Conclusion: To improve the quality of insomnia and sleep among school meal facility workers, there is a need to improve healthcare, emotional management, and noisy work environments.

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    Effect of Nursing Work Environment and Social Support on Reality Shock Experienced by New Graduate Nurses

    Kim, Ji Hye · Noh, Yoon Goo

    Abstract : Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of nursing work environment and social support on the reality shock of new graduate nurses in university hospitals. Methods: The subjects were 153 new graduate nurses with less than 12 months of clinical experience at two university hospitals in the G province, and data were collected from September 15 to October 7, 2020. Data were analyzed using the SPSS/WIN 26.0 program for frequency, average, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficient, multiple regression. Results: Factors influencing reality shock were nursing work environment (β=-.39, p

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    Factors Affecting the Resilience of Hospital Nurses: Hope, Self-efficacy, Stress Coping Ability, and Communication Ability

    Kim, Sie-Eun · Han, Suk-Jung

    Abstract : Purpose: This study was conducted to determine the influence of hope, self-efficacy, stress coping ability, and communication ability on the resilience of hospital nurses. Methods: The sample of this study comprised 201 nurses working in the general hospital located in Seoul, Korea for the year of 2024. Data were analyzed using SPSS 25.0, and the analyses included descriptive statistics, t-test, Pearson's ANOVA, and multiple regression. Results: The factors associated with the level of nurses' resilience were hope (β=.41, p

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    Exploring Interaction between Interactive Services and Presenteeism of Korean Service Workers: The Moderating Effects of Supervisor Support

    Lee, Bokim

    Abstract : Purpose: This study delves into the relationship between interactive services and presenteeism among Korean service workers, aiming to discern the moderating effects of supervisor support on the relationship. Methods: Utilizing secondary data from the sixth Korean Working Conditions Survey, involving 7,628 service workers, this study conducted logistic moderated regression analysis to scrutinize the moderating effects of supervisor support on the relationship between interactive services and presenteeism. Results: Approximately 10% of workers experienced presenteeism in the previous 12 months. Females, low-educated, elderly, those working long hours, and low-wage workers were more likely to perceive presenteeism. Notably, a statistically significant U-shaped curvilinear relationship was observed between interactive service duration and presenteeism. The results also underscore the moderating role of supervisory support in shaping the relationship between interactive services and presenteeism. Conclusion: The study highlights the significance of supervisor interest and support in promoting workers’ health, thereby not only improving the wellbeing of individual workers but also fostering organizational productivity by reducing presenteeism.

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