Influence of Work Stress, Self-Efficacy, and Organizational Commitment to Turnover Intention

Cristina Catur Widayati, Fifi Fatimah


Turnover is a painful issue in the organizations, in the world of tough competition the organizations try to minimize their turnover ratio and save their cost, turnover cost consists of hiring, recruiting and selecting the employees. The purpose of this study was to explore relations between job stress, self-efficacy, organizational commitment and turnover intention. Participant in the study were 55 nurses from the Patria IKKT Hospital. Data was collected by means of an survey questionnaire. Structural equation models were tested which specified job stress, self-efficacy, and organizational commitment as an exogenous variable and turnover intention as endogenous variables. The data was analyzed by means of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with partial least square (PLS 3.00) methods. The results revealed that job stress was positively related to nurse's turnover intention. Self-efficacy was positively related to nurse's turnover intention, and organizational commitment were negatively related to nurse's turnover intention.

Keywords: Job Stress, Self Efficacy, Organizational Commitment, Nurses,   Turnover Intention

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