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Organizational Commitment and Work Satisfaction on Desire to Change Jobs (Turnover Intention) in Nurses Santa Elisabeth Hospital Batam
AbstractThe desire to change jobs (turnover intention) can be influenced by various factors including organizational commitment and satisfaction. The results of the pre-survey of researchers at Santa Elisabeth Hospital were 5 nurses who left in 2019 and in 2020 an increase of 13 nurses. The purpose of this research is to know the relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction on the desire to change jobs. The research design is Correlation Descriptive Method with a Cross Sectional approach. The research population is all nurses at Santa Elisabeth Batam Hospital in 2020, namely 86 nurses. The sample is a nurse on duty at Santa Elisabeth Batam Hospital in 2020. The total sampling technique is 86 nurses. The research location is at Santa Elisabeth Batam Hospital. Data collection tool using a questionnaire. The research results were analyzed by Chi-Square test. The research results obtained were (0.312 > 0.05) and (0.119 > 0.05) so there was no significant relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction with the desire to change jobs. It is expected that the Hospital will develop the welfare of human resources (HR) at Santa Elisabeth Hospital and take into account the expectations of employees.
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