Aim: To examine the association between organizational change, turnover intentions, overcommitment and perceptions of quality of care among nurses and nursing assistants employed in eldercare organizations .
Design: A longitudinal survey (baseline , 12-month follow-up) was used .
Methods: A panel sample of 226 eldercare employees in Spain and Sweden responded to survey questions concerning organizational change, turnover intentions, overcommitment and perceptions of quality of care . The data were analysed using structural equational modelling .
Results: We found a statistically significant positive relationship between organizational change, employees ’ turnover intention and overcommitment . We also found a statistically significant negative relationship between organizational change and perceived quality of care.