ROLE OF JOB SATISFACTION, WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND JOB EMBEDDEDNESS ON TURNOVER INTENTION NURSE IN DENPASAR
AA Media Martadiani, I Made Pulawan, Dewa Ayu Nitiwidari
Department Management Faculty of Economics and Business, Warmadewa University, Denpasar, Indonesia
This study aims to analyze the mediating role of job satisfaction on the effect of work life balance and job embeddedness on nurses turnover intention. The survey was conducted on 75 female nurses at a private hospital in Denpasar City with incidental sampling technique.The results of the study show that directlyJob satisfaction and work life balance have a negative effect on nurses turnover intention and work life balance and job embeddedness have a positive effect on job satisfaction. The low level of job embeddedness has a less than optimal effect on nurses turnover intention. New findings from this study may explain how mediating job satisfaction is very important for nurses women at a private hospital in Denpasar, Turnover intention has an impact on the business continuity of private hospitals during the pandemic. Thus, this research can contribute greatly, especially the study of work life balance can make nurses have a good mood at home. Therefore, for hospitals during a pandemic, nurses must feel comfortable and survive in any conditions. The value of a good job embeddedness will have an impact on the value of the sincerity of employees to work well, this is a positive thing that can be applied by every organization. Support for employees from the company through an interpersonal relationship approach to discuss problems in their families and social lives from the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic, is very important, which will strengthen each hospital to continue to run its business in the future.
Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Job Embeddedness, Turnover Intention
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review(JEBR)
Published on : 2022-11-01