There is an increasing emphasis on nurses' need for leisure time, which indicates that more and more nurses are working to live, not living to work.

Nursing management (Harrow, London, England : 1994)

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Recruitment and retention are bywords for all aspects of nursing management. The complexity of enlisting staff to an organisation, and the amount of effort required to keep them there, is enormous. In addition, there is a mass of regulations associated with the employment process. Too often training in recruitment and retention becomes a matter of learning how to manage the employment process. Mabel Joshua-Amadi's work, which appears in the next two editions of Nursing Management, raises even more profound questions.