Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Tourism, Gastronomy, and Tourist Destination (ICTGTD 2018)

The Influence of Perceived Organizational Support Toward The Employees’ Turnover Intentions in Budget Hotel: A Case Study in Jakarta

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Agus Riyadi
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Agus Riyadi
Available Online March 2018.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/ictgtd-18.2018.35How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Perceived Organizational Support, Turnover Intention
Abstract
Turnover is a common problem for hospitality industry including hotel. There are many factors that could be the reason for employees to leave their organization. The objectives of this research are to find the relationship, the influence and the degree of the influence given by perceived organizational support toward the turnover intention. The questionnaire is distributed to 113 respondents of the staffs of budget hotels in Jakarta. The questionnaire consists of 17 questions of Perceived Organizational Support and 3 questions of Turnover Intention. The results showed that there is significant negative relationship (r =- .542, p < 0.01) between these two variables Moreover, perceived organizational support is proved to have influence (R-square = .288) on turnover intention. The result of the F-test also reassures that there is significant influence of perceived organizational support toward turnover intentions. It implies that if organization provides good support to the employees, they could reduce the turnover rate, as the employees will prefer to stay within the organization. From this study, the result can be used by the organization as one consideration for them in developing a method to stabilize the turnover rate in Budget Hotel, Jakarta.
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