ANALISIS KOMITMEN ORGANISASIONAL TERHADAP KEINGINAN BERPINDAH

WARSITO KAWEDAR, IKA JUNIARTA LUBIS

Abstract


The research aims to test multiple dimensions from organizational commitment (affective
and continuance commitment) in its relation to important organizational consequence, which
is job satisfaction and turnover intention. This research is consistent with Ketchand and
Strawser (1998) and also Kadir (2003). These are difference in this research from former
research in term of sample used. Respondents are auditors at state auditor agency (BPKP)
of Central Java and North Sulawesi. Hypothesis testing used Structural Equation Modeling
(SEM). Analysis result of the affective commitment has positive effect on job satisfaction,
continuance commitment has negative effect on job satisfaction, affective commitment has
negative effect on turnover intentions, continuance commitment has negative effect on job
satisfaction, and job satisfaction has negative influence to turnover intentions. This result
consistent with research done by Ketchand and Strawser (1998) and Kadir (2003). This
research gives contribution to research expanding depicting requirements to apply approach
multidimensional to research of commitment organizational. Multidimensional approach to
commitment organizational gives more accurate understanding about individual involvement
in its organization.
Keywords : Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, And Turnover Intention

Keywords


Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, And Turnover Intention, fakulty economic, unissula, universitas sultan agung semarang

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30659/ekobis.10.1.272-283

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