Examining the Mediation of Job Satisfaction in the Relationship between Work Stress and Turnover Intention in Textile Company
Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Saragih, R; Prasetio, A.P; Luturlean, B.S. 2020. Examining the Mediation of Job Satisfaction in the Relationship between Work Stress and Turnover Intention in Textile Company, J. Mgt. Mkt. Review 5(2) 113 – 121
9 Pages Posted: 27 Jul 2020
Date Written: June 30, 2020
Objective - This study investigates the mediation role of job satisfaction in the relationship between work stress and turnover intention. A study about turnover intention in the textile company is still rarely done in Indonesia. This study can fill the gap regarding the topic.
Methodology/Technique - A non-probability sampling method with an accidental sampling technique was used, and we get 110 usable responses from a textile company in West Java, Indonesia. Macro Process with SPSS was used to measure the regression and the mediation.
Findings - The study found that work stress has a negative effect on job satisfaction. Work stress significantly related to turnover intention in a positive direction. Job satisfaction did not have a significant relation with turnover intention. Thus, in this study, we found no mediation role in job satisfaction.
Novelty - Evidently, work stress solely took part in shaping the turnover intention.
Type of Paper - Empirical
Keywords: Work Stress, Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention, Textile Company, Mediation
JEL Classification: J28, J29, M19
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