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Table 1 Descriptive statistics of the healthcare workers datasets. Percent values for categorical variables, means and standard deviation in parentheses for continuous variables. Missing values per variable or scale

From: Working conditions of healthcare workers and clients’ satisfaction with care: study protocol and baseline results of a cluster-randomised workplace intervention

Variable Control Intervention Missing
Healthcare workers (n = 386)
Age    1
 Age 18–39 23.1 27.2  
 Age 40–54 52.5 46.3  
 Age 55 and older 24.4 26.5  
Sex    5
 Male 23.0 16.4  
 Female 77.0 83.6  
Psychometric scales
 Physical work ability 3.15 (0.98) 3.10 (0.91) 4
 Mental work ability 3.05 (0.94) 3.04 (0.87) 6
 Cognitive demands 4.29 (0.46) 4.32 (0.41) 1
 Emotional demands 3.81 (0.62) 3.85 (0.57) 2
 Low job control 3.24 (0.65) 3.14 (0.67) 1
 Low predictability of work tasks 2.87 (0.70) 2.83 (0.73) 1
 Role clarity 2.16 (0.62) 2.11 (0.70) 2
 Role conflict 3.12 (0.75) 3.19 (0.77) 1
 Low development chances 2.30 (0.62) 2.20 (0.63) 1
 Efforts 2.62 (0.69) 2.58 (0.61) 4
 Rewards 1.84 (0.59) 1.82 (0.53) 23
 Effort-Reward Imbalance 0.89 (0.40) 0.85 (0.32) 26
 Overcommitment 2.59 (0.61) 2.59 (0.56) 2
 Supervisor behaviours 3.16 (0.94) 3.16 (0.95) 3
 Unsupportive colleagues 1.88 (0.67) 1.94 (0.74) 2
 Negative affect 1.86 (0.64) 1.77 (0.55) 3