Advances in Management and Applied Economics

Empirical Study Relations Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, and Turnover Intention

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    This study aims to examine the relationship model of job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnover intention. This research was conducted at the manufacturing company in Yogyakarta and Surakarta, with a sample of 206 employees. Testing four models of the relationship is done by using structural equation modeling with AMOS program. Results of this study show that most models fit to the data are partially mediated model of multidimensional organizational commitment. This study confirmed previous research showing that states that job satisfaction and organizational commitment showed a positive and significant relationship. Organizational commitment and job satisfaction also showed a negative and significant relationship with turnover intention. In addition, organizational commitment is stronger predictor intention to turnover than job satisfaction. Effect of job satisfaction on turnover intention showed inconsistent results that are influenced by many other variables.