THE INFLUENCE OF PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT, JOB STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION TOWARDS TURNOVER INTENTION (An Empirical Studyin Auditors of Public Accountants FirminDKIJakarta)

Nurhalipah Abidin

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ABSTRACT

This study aims to analyze the influence of Professional Commitment, Job Stress, and Job Satisfaction to Turnover Intention. Data obtained from questionnaires that have been spread and selected respondents who complete the questionnaire as a sample of the study. This research was conducted at Public Accounting Firm in DKI Jakarta area, with the object of research is Auditor. The data was collectedby survey to 40auditorsusing aconveniencesamplingmethod. This studyusesmultipleregressionanalysisusing thesoftwareStatisticalPackageforSocialScience (SPSS) version23. The findingsof this study arethe affective professional commitment, continuance professional commitment, normative professional commitment have anegative andsignificant effecton the behavior ofturnoverintention. Job stresshave a positiveand significant impact onthe behavior ofturnoverintention, butthe Job Satisfactionvariableis negative andnot significant to thebehavior ofturnoverintention.

KeyWords: Affective Professional Commitment, Continuance Professional Commitment, Normative Professional Commitment, Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention


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