Effect of job attitude, subjective norm and perceived behavior control on employee intention to quit
Termination of employees from the company is preceded by an employee intention to quit. Job attitude is one of the factors that explain the intention or perception adopted by someone both positive and negative towards employee behavior. Subjective norms are people's perceptions. Perceived behavioral control is a belief in the capabilities and resources they have so they feel they have the opportunity to work elsewhere. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of Attitude on Work, Subjective Norms, and Perceived Behavior Control on Intention to Quit. This study used 85 permanent employees at Asana Agung Putra Bali Hotel as respondents with data analysis techniques using multiple linear regression analysis techniques. The results showed that Job attitude had a significant positive effect on the intention to quit, subjective norms had a significant positive effect on the intention to quit, and perceived behavior control had a significant positive effect on the intention to quit.
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