EXAMINING LINKAGE BETWEEN MEDIATING ROLE OF AFFILIATIVE GROUP COHESIVENESS ON DEMAND-ABILITY-FIT AND TURNOVER INTENTION
Focus of this study is investigate the examining linkage the Affiliate group cohesiveness (AGC) contributes to the turnover intention (TI) of nurses in private hospitals and has a positive impact on increasing the demand ability-fit (DAF) nurses. Based on the social exchange theory, this study explores the effect of DAF on turnover intention and the role of affiliative group cohesiveness as a mediator. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 185 nurses working in private hospitals in South Sumatra Province, serving in the emergency room, operating room, ICU, and inpatient care. The nurse completes the online questionnaire with a google form to see the effect of each variable. Hypothesis testing and statistical description using SmartPls v3 and SPSS 26. The results revealed that AGC had a negative and significant impact on TI. DAF does not affect on TI. AGC partially mediates the effect between DAF and TI. The results of this study indicate the critical role of AGC in increasing demand for personal fitness abilities and reducing nurse turnover intention.
Affiliative Group Cohesiveness, Demand-Ability-Fit, Turnover Intention