The mediating of job satisfaction on effect of organizational commitment and compensation turnover intention
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of organizational commitment and compensation on turnover intention mediated by job satisfaction. This research was conducted at the SPA in Bali with a total population of 568 therapists. Of the three SPA studied, a total of 235 therapists were selected using proportionate random sampling. This research data was processed using PLS (Partial Least Square) analysis technique. The results found that organizational commitment had a significant negative effect on turnover intention. Compensation has a significant negative effect on turnover intention. Job satisfaction has a significant negative effect on turnover intention. Compensation has a significant positive effect on job satisfaction. Organizational commitment has a significant positive effect on job satisfaction.
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