What is it about?
This study aimed to identify the differences in job satisfaction levels among expatriate health professionals (EHPs) working in the Saudi Arabian private sector, the stressors affecting their job satisfaction, and the influence of those stressors on their turnover intention
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Why is it important?
Studies about expatriate health professionals are rare in Saudi Arabia. The findings of this study can help in provide suggestions for administrators, researchers and policy makers. The findings could inform health policies to redesign extrinsic job factors to reduce work stressors and maintain job satisfaction at acceptable level.
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This page is a summary of: Expatriate health professionals in the Saudi Arabia private sector, British Journal of Healthcare Management, April 2017, Mark Allen Group, DOI: 10.12968/bjhc.2017.23.4.176.
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