The Role of Psychological Capital, Quality of Work Life, and Perceived Job Opportunity on Turnover Intention in Millennials (Study on PT. X Business Unit)
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- psychological capital, quality of work life, perceived job opportunity, turnover intention
Millennials are well-known as a job-hopping generation. The process of quitting the job starts with a turnover intention. An employee’s intention to quit is affected by factors from within the individual, organization, and external environment. Therefore, this study aims to examine the role of psychological capital, quality of work life, and perceived job opportunity on turnover intention in Millennials at PT. X’s business unit. This research is conducted by applying quantitative methods and participants involved are 73 millennial employees at PT X’s business unit. According to the result of multiple linear regression analysis, it is shown that psychological capital, quality of work life, and perceived job opportunity contributes 38,5% toward turnover intention. Partially, it is found that psychological capital does not have a significant role toward turnover intention.
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TY - CONF AU - Yovita Brigita Saerang AU - M. Zamralita AU - Kiky D. H. Saraswati PY - 2020 DA - 2020/05/20 TI - The Role of Psychological Capital, Quality of Work Life, and Perceived Job Opportunity on Turnover Intention in Millennials (Study on PT. X Business Unit) BT - Proceedings of the Tarumanagara International Conference on the Applications of Social Sciences and Humanities (TICASH 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 534 EP - 541 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200515.090 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.200515.090 ID - Saerang2020 ER -