The Effect of Work Engagement and Job Embeddedness on Turnover Intention Moderates by Job Performance
One of the essential resources in an organization is their human resources which are called employee. Every organization needs good human resource management to manage the relationship and the role of employee to achieve organization’s goal effectively and efficiently. The object of this research was PT. Argo Pantes Tbk that runs its business in textile industry. The purposes of this research was analyzing the impact of Work Engagement and Job Embeddedness to Turnover Intention at PT. Argo Pantes Tbk, partially and simultaneously, and also to analyze the role of Job Performance, as moderating variable. Data of this research were collected through interview and spreading the quesionnaire to 95 employees of PT. Argo Pantes Tbk as respondents by using simple random sampling as sampling technique. The analysis method used were simple and multiple regression and also residual analysis method. The research found that Work Engagement and Job embeddedness have significant impact to Turnover Intention, partially and simultaneously, and Job Performance will moderate the correlation between Work Engagement, Job Embeddedness and Turnover Intention.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2015
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