Unraveling the Puzzle of Turnover Intention: Exploring the Impact of Home-Work Interface and Working Conditions on Affective Commitment and Job Satisfaction

Massoud Moslehpour, Afrizal Firman, Jovi Sulistiawan, Pei Kuan Lin, Hien Thi Thu Nguyen

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Abstract

This study investigates the antecedents of turnover intention among Vietnamese nurses at a hospital in Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam. This study evaluates the relationship between home–work interface (HWI) and working conditions (WC) on intrinsic job satisfaction (IJS) and extrinsic job satisfaction (EJS), the relationship between intrinsic job satisfaction (IJS) and extrinsic job satisfaction (EJS) on affective commitment (AC) and turnover intention (TI), and the relationship between affective commitment (AC) and turnover intention (TI). The study employs cross-sectional data and a questionnaire survey to collect the data. The 306 qualified questionnaires were collected, and partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) was employed to analyze the research model and test the hypotheses. The study reveals that working conditions and the home-work interface affect intrinsic job satisfaction. Intrinsic and extrinsic job satisfaction affect affective commitment. Interestingly, affective commitment and intrinsic job satisfaction were not significantly affecting turnover intention. The present study develops and empirically examines a conceptual framework by providing theoretical insight and managerial implications into the turnover intention’s antecedents in Vietnamese nursing care at the hospital.

Original languageEnglish
Article number699
JournalBehavioral Sciences
Volume13
Issue number9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2023

Keywords

  • affective commitment
  • home-work interface
  • job satisfaction
  • turnover intention
  • working conditions

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