DETERMINANT OF INTENTION TO STAY AMONG INDONESIAN LECTURER: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF JOB SATISFACTION
Organizational effectiveness and efficiency highly depend on the empowerment of human resources, perceived organizational support of its members, and job satisfaction. This paper aims to explain the indirect and direct impacts of lecturer empowerment and perceived organizational support on intention to stay, mediated by lecturers’ job satisfaction in Indonesia. The data were collected from 320 lecturers; from 4 public universities and 10 private universities in Indonesia, obtained through closed questionnaire with 5 alternative answers, and data analysis using Warp PLS. The findings of the research show that all research hypotheses are accepted, meaning that employee empowerment and perceived organizational support (POS) have positive and significant influence directly and indirectly toward lecturers’ intention to stay in organization through job satisfaction. For organizational practice, this research provides insights to emphasize the importance empowerment of lecturers, perceived organizational support (POS), and job satisfaction to maintain lecturers’ planning to stay in the university.
Intention to Stay, Lecturer empowerment, Perceived Organizational Support and Job Satisfaction.