The Influence of Compensation, Work Motivation, and Job Satisfaction on Company’s Turnover Intention
Wijaya, Dwi Noviana
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In this modern era, employee is a valuable asset to the company, hence employee's satisfaction in a company becomes an important aspect which needs to be considered by a company’s management. When employees are not satisfied with their working in the company, the turnover rate of employee in the company will be high. This will in turn create a negative impact on the company since the company have to provide additional expenses to recruit new employees and train them to the desired standard. Therefore, it can be seen that this turnover will affect the work performance of the company, which in the long run will interfere with the system of the company's management. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of compensation, work motivation, and working satisfaction on company’s turnover intention. The research method used in this thesis is one that is quantitative with a total sample of 50 persons who is currently an employee of the company. The results of this study shows that compensation, work motivation and working satisfaction have a significant effect on the company's turnover intention.