The “work attitudes‐turnover” linkage was compared among four medical‐sector occupational groups. In a sample of 707 employees, drawn from eight variously‐sized medical‐sector sites, intended and actual turnover behavior is predicted. Combining a cross‐sectional and longitudinal analysis, and using two logistic regression models, the direct effect of work attitudes on intended and actual turnover was assessed. The “work attitudes‐turnover” was shown to be occupationally‐dependent.
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