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Table 4 Adjusted odds ratios (AORs) for the effect of motivation and job satisfaction on turnover intention

From: The effects of health worker motivation and job satisfaction on turnover intention in Ghana: a cross-sectional study

Risk determinants of turnover intention AOR 95% CI P b
Motivation score 0.74 0.60 to 0.92 0.006 a
Job satisfaction score 0.74 0.57 to 0.96 0.025 a
Agec 0.91 0.71 to 1.16 0.444
Years working in current health facility    
 ≤ 1 1
 > 1 and ≤ 3 0.45 0.14 to 1.44 0.179
 > 3 and ≤ 5 0.55 0.16 to 1.90 0.348
 > 5 0.08 0.02 to 0.32 < 0.001 a
Profession    
 Registered nurses 1
 Doctors 1.32 0.24 to 7.38 0.751
 Midwives 3.16 0.81 to 12.34 0.098
 Auxiliary nurses 1.59 0.40 to 6.33 0.506
 CHNs 1.9 0.40 to 9.04 0.418
 Health/ward assistants 1.76 0.46 to 6.77 0.411
 AHW/Pharmacists 1.02 0.24 to 4.29 0.975
Type of facility    
 Hospital 1
 Health centre/clinic 1.02 0.30 to 3.51 0.973
District    
 Akwapim North 1
 Upper Manya Krobo 5.92 2.10 to 16.67 0.001 a
 Kwahu West 4.36 2.00 to 12.31 0.001 a
  1. astatistical significance P < 0.05; bWald-test.
  2. creported per five year increase in age.
  3. AHW: allied health worker; CHN: community health nurse; CHPS: Community-based Health Planning and Services.