During the 2016-2017 period, employee turnover rates at Petrokimia Gresik Hospital showed an increase, with figures of 12.54% in 2016 and 13.49% in 2017. of the total employee turnover in 2017, 57% were types of labor medical and 96% are voluntary turnover. This is a serious problem, so it is important to do an analysis with the aim of knowing the causes and can develop solutions to anticipate the future so as not to continue to increase. This turnover can be predict by analyzing the tendency of employees to leave work, using turnover intention analysis. One of the factors causing high employee turnover is job satisfaction. This research is an observational quantitative study conducted at Petrokimia Gresik Hospital, with a total sample of 172, using primary data obtained directly from the employees of Petrokimia Gresik Hospital by simple random sampling (including medical, supporting, and administrative personnel). Data collection used a valid and reliable questionnaire, namely JSS (Cronbach’s Alpha 0.910) and Turnover intention scale of 6 items-TIS-6 (Cronbach’s Alpha 0.677). Data analyzed using the Spearman correlation test. The result of the Spearman correlation test is that there is a significant relationship between JSS and TIS-6 (p 0.000 <0.05) with a negative correlation direction (correlation coefficient-0.507). These results indicate that the higher the JSS value, the lower TIS-6 will be. The conclusion of this study is Job satisfaction is related to Turnover Intention on employees at Petrokimia Gresik Hospital.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2019|
- Job satisfaction
- Turnover intention