Doktorarbeit: Beschäftigungssituation und Berufsverbleib examinierter Pflegekräfte mit Migrationshintergrund in ambulanten und stationären Altenpflegeeinrichtungen in Deutschland

Beschäftigungssituation und Berufsverbleib examinierter Pflegekräfte mit Migrationshintergrund in ambulanten und stationären Altenpflegeeinrichtungen in Deutschland

Personalwirtschaft, Band 56

Hamburg 2017, 478 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-8300-9497-5 (Print/eBook)

Altenpflege, Altenpflegebranche, Arbeitszufriedenheit, Berufsverbleib, Beschäftigungssituation, Betriebswirtschaft, Demographischer Wandel, Diversity Management, Examinierte Pflegekraft, Fachkräftemangel, Fachkräfte mit Migrationshintergrund, Gesundheitsmanagement, Gesundheitswirtschaft, Kultursensibilität, Migrationshintergrund, Motivation, Personalentwicklung

about this book

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In times of demographic change, the skill shortage issues a big challenge to the care of elderly, care-dependent people. One approach to successfully counteract this shortage of personnel is a stronger vocational integration of professionals with a migration background. In order to provide this target group with a long-term occupational perspective and to permanently retain them in the geriatric care industry, one requires information on their employment situation and their previous job retention as well as on favourable or obstructive conditions. What ties them to their job in care? How do they evaluate their vocational situation? So far, no study has considered these questions in the context of in-patient and out-patient geriatric care.

The presented dissertation fills this research gap and provides novel insights into the employment situation and job retention of professionals with a migration background, working in an in-patient and out-patient geriatric care in Germany. Within the scope of her empirical work, Florence Terrier presents uncharted biographies, motives and goals of the examined geriatric care professionals with a migration background. She develops an explanatory model that describes the factors, influencing job retention within the target group. From this model, she successfully derives implementable design recommendations that support the retention of professionals in care jobs.

The book is addressed to lecturers, students, experts and practitioners in business economics, health economics and, particularly, care economics.

about the author

Florence Terrier earned her PhD in 2016 at Professor Dr. Klaus J. Zink's chair of economics at the University of Kaiserslautern. Her research focus lies in the areas of human resource management, personnel management, staff development and diversity management.



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