Brandon D. Simmons's research while affiliated with Walden University and other places

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Leaders of nonprofit organizations in the United States must build workforce capabilities to meet increasing demands for services. This single-case study explored strategies nonprofit leaders used to build workforce capability to address increasing service demands. The conceptual lens for this study was the full-range leadership theory. Data were c...
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Both employee job satisfaction (JS) and employee work engagement (WE) have been examined as possible predictors of employees’ intention to voluntarily leave a specific job or company, known as turnover intention (TI). While the body of knowledge has grown concerning the nature of TI, there remains the unsettled question of which of the two concepts...

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... These results agreed with some past research findings relating to this study. Many studies have examined the antecedents of registered nurses' job satisfaction, affective commitment and turnover intention with findings corroborating the results of this study (Gragnano, Simbula, & Miglioretti, 2020;Coudounaris, Akuffo, & Nkulenu, 2020;Hariyati & Safril, 2018;Edwards-Dandridge, Simmons, & Campbell, 2020;Yürümezoğlu, Kocaman, & Haydarl, 2019;Osuji, Uzoka, Aladi, & El-Hussein, 2014;Lum, Kervin, Clark, Reid, & Sirola, 1998). In this study, the hypothesis is that organizational factors such as competence development practices, work-life balance, perceived organizational support, organization's commitment to employees have a significant positive influence on registered nurses' job satisfaction and affective commitment but a significant negative influence on turnover intention was accepted. ...