PENGARUH PERCEIVED ORGANIZATONAL SUPPORT, KEPUASAN KERJA, DAN KOMITMEN ORGANISASI TERHADAP INTENTION TO QUIT PADA GENERASI Y (MILLENNIALS)

Endhar Priyo Utomo

Abstract


This study aims to analyze what factors can reduce the level of intention to quit on generation Y banking employees by increasing variables perceived organizational support, job satisfaction, through organizational commitment. The existing research problems explain how to reduce the level of intention to quit for Generation Y employees in the banking sector in Semarang city.
The number of samples in this study were 130 respondents but those who were willing to fill out questionnaires were 120 respondents. The sample was determined by the Non Probability Sampling method. The sample in this study is generation Y employees in the banking sector in Semarang City. The analysis tool used in this study uses Structural Equation Modeling (SEM).
The results in this study indicate that the influence of the variable Perceived Organizational Support, Job Satisfaction on Organizational Commitment is positive and significant. The second result in this study shows that the Perceived Organizational Support, Job Satisfaction with Intention to Quit is negative and significant. The third result in this study shows that the Organizational Commitment to Intention to Quit is negative and significant.

Keywords


Y Generation, perceived organizational support, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, intention to quit



DOI: https://doi.org/10.24176/bmaj.v2i1.2980

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