Janette S Dill
Affiliation: University of North Carolina
- Contingency, employment intentions, and retention of vulnerable low-wage workers: an examination of nursing assistants in nursing homesJanette S Dill
Department of Sociology, University of Akron, Olin Hall 247, Akron, OH 44325 1905, USA
Gerontologist 53:222-34. 2013..We conceptualize "contingency factors" as resource-related constraints (e.g., being a single mother) that likely influence employment trajectories of individuals but can be independent of job satisfaction or intent...
- Caregiving in a patient's place of residence: turnover of direct care workers in home care and hospice agenciesJanette S Dill
University of North Carolina, NC, USA
J Aging Health 22:713-33. 2010..High turnover and staff shortages among home care and hospice workers may compromise the quality and availability of in-home care. This study explores turnover rates of direct care workers for home care and hospice agencies...