The Effect of Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction on Turnover Intention

R. Joko Sugiharjo, Rr. Niken Purbasari, Ryani Dhyan Parashakti, Alif Prastia

Abstract


Achieving company goals efficiently is one of the goals that must be achieved by the company and the problem of high employee turnover intention can be an obstacle for the company to achieve the expected efficiency. This study aims to analyze the effect of job involvement, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction on employee turnover intention. The object of this research is limited to employees at one of the insurance institutions in Indonesia located in Jakarta, namely AJB BP, with a population of 56 respondents. Saturated sampling technique was used in this study. Data were collected using a questionnaire through a survey method. Data analysis method using Partial Least Square with SmartPLS 3.0. The results of this study indicate that all variables both job involvement, organizational commitment and job satisfaction have a negative effect on turnover intention. When company employees feel that they have a low level of job involvement, their desire arises and they will even choose to leave the company, so if they have low organizational commitment and / or job satisfaction they will take the same action.

Keywords: Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention

DOI: 10.7176/IKM/11-1-05

Publication date: February 28th2021

 


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