THE EFFECT OF COMPENSATION AND WORKLOAN ON TURNOVER INTENTION WITH JOB SATISFACTION AS INTERVENING VARIABLE ON PT. INTIKOM BERLIAN MUSTIKA (INTIKOM)
The purpose of this study was to analyze how the effect of compensation and workload on turnover intention with job satisfaction as intervening variable on turnover intention at PT. Intikom (Intikom Berlian Mustika). Comparative causal research design (quantitative research type) is used by the author in this study. Non-Probability Sampling technique was used for sampling as many as 150 people from a total population of 420 people, which is the total employees of PT. Intikom, while Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a covariance-based SEM is used as an analysis tool. The research results prove that (1) compensation affects Turnover Intention negative and significant (2) Workload affects Turnover Intention positive and significant, (3) Compensation affects job satisfaction positive and significant. (4) Workload has a negative and significant effect on job satisfaction (5) Turnover intention is negative and significant influenced by job satisfaction (6) Turnover intention is positive and significant influenced by compensation through job satisfaction. (7) Workload through Job Satisfaction effect on Turnover Intention positive and significant. Suggestion and input to PT. Intikom pays more and more attention to salary policies that correspond to the workload and skills of its employees.
Compensation, Workload, Job Satisfaction, and Turnover Intention.