This study was conducted to identify the relationship between the willingness to leisure activity and job satisfaction of dental hygienists and to suggest the need to expand opportunities for the will to leisure activity. The degree of job satisfaction was 3.84 points, and the willingness to leisure activity was analyzed to prioritize exchange with the community.
As a result of the analysis of the correlation between job satisfaction, turnover intention, and willingness to leisure activity, all three items show a strong correlation. If job satisfaction is high, then the willingness to leisure activity is high and the intention to turn over is low, and if the will to leisure activity is high, then job satisfaction is high and turnover intention is low.
Results of regression analysis to establish measures to increase job satisfaction, turnover intention (β =-0.551), leisure use (β=0.368), health status (β=0.139), current working years at work (β=0.069), number of patients visiting the hospital during the day (β=-0.056) were analyzed in order of effect.
It is judged that there is a need to establish a plan to provide an optimal working environment in consideration of the intention to turnover, leisure activity, health status, working years at work, and the number of patients visiting the hospital during the day.