Pengaruh job satisfaction, role stressor, dan organizational commitment terhadap intention to leave pada pt x

Angga, Yongky (2012) Pengaruh job satisfaction, role stressor, dan organizational commitment terhadap intention to leave pada pt x. Masters thesis, Universitas Pelita Harapan.

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Abstract

Sumber Daya Manusia (SDM) memiliki suatu permasalahan yang tidak terbantahkan, bahwa besarnya angka Karyawan yang keluar (leave) dari sebuah organisasi merupakan kekhawatiran yang besar bagi semua organisasi. Pada era pengembangan daya saing yang kompetitif diantara perusahaan-perusahaan dalam suatu area industri yang spesifik, seperti kontraktor tambang batubara, keterikatan Karyawan dalam waktu jangka panjang menjadi aset yang sangat berharga bagi organisasi, apalagi pengetahuan dan pengalaman menjadi bagian dari SDM itu sendiri. Tindakan meninggalkan dapat diakibatkan sebelumnya oleh adanya Intention to Leave. Dalam kondisi perubahan, seperti pada PT. X, sangatlah penting untuk melakukan identifikasi faktor-faktor yang memungkinkan timbulnya Intention to Leave. Beberapa penelitian sebelumnya menyimpulkan bahwa faktor seperti Role Stressor, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Job Involvement, Task Characteristics dan lain sebagainya, secara signifikan mempengaruhi Intention to Leave pada beberapa organisasi. Berdasarkan penelitian sebelumnya dan kontekstual masa perubahan pada PT. X, penelitian ini melakukan analisa bahwa, Job Satisfaction berpengaruh negatif terhadap Intention to Leave, Role Stressor berpengaruh positif terhadap Intention to Leave dan Organizational Commitment berpengaruh negatif terhadap Intention to Leave. Data primer diperoleh dari penyebaran kuesioner, yang disertai desain sampel non – probabilitas. Statistik menggunakan metode regresi berganda. Hasil daripada penelitian ini, melalui serangkaian distribusi kuesioner, interview awal serta akhir penelitian dan peninjauan lapangan, memberikan konfirmasi bahwa, diantara Karyawan Head Office PT. X, Intention to Leave secara signifikan dipengaruhi oleh Job Satisfaction, Role Stressor and Organizational Commitment / Human resource has indisputable matter related to the huge amount of employee leaving from an organization, that has been a tremendous fear for all organizations. In the age of building great competitive advantages among organizations within a specific industry, such coal mining contractor, long-term employment must be a precious asset for an organization, since knowledge and experience are embedded into the people itself. This behavior of leaving might caused by previous Intention to Leave. Within a change climate in a company such PT. X, it is very important identifying factors that possibly stimulate what we call Intention to Leave. Few previous researches proven that few factors such Role Stressor, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Job Involvement, Task Characteristics, etc., have significantly related with Intention to Leave throughout organizations. Based on these previous researches and PT. X’s contextual change climate, this research considerably analyzed that, Job Satisfaction has negative effect on Intention to Leave, Role Stressor has positive effect on Intention to Leave and Organizational Commitment has negative effect on Intention to Leave. Primary data was collected by questionnaire distribution and using on non – probability sampling design. Statistic was calculated using multiple regression method. The result of this research, through questionnaire distribution, pre-research interview, post-research interview and field observation, is confirmed that among PT. X Head Office’s employees, Intention to Leave is significantly affected by Job Satisfaction, Role Stressor and Organizational Commitment

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Creators:
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Angga, YongkyNIM19080102UNSPECIFIED
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Thesis advisorPurbojo, RijantoNIDN003107101UNSPECIFIED
Additional Information: human resource; intention to leave; job satisfaction; role stressor; organizational commitment T 19-08 ANG p
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor
H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Divisions: University Subject > Current > Faculty/School - UPH Surabaya > Business School > Master of Management
Current > Faculty/School - UPH Surabaya > Business School > Master of Management
Depositing User: Ms Devy Christiany Zega
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2021 02:22
Last Modified: 31 Aug 2021 09:18
URI: http://repository.uph.edu/id/eprint/36674

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