EXAMINING THE INTENTION OF THE MILLENNIAL GENERATION TO DEPART:  STRESS, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AT CV YUDHA MANDIRI YOGYAKARTA

Authors

  • Novia Haq Universitas Janabadra Author
  • Kusmaryati Dwi Rahayu (Corresponding Author) Universitas Janabadra Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37159/Efektif2023.Vol14.No2.007

Keywords:

millenials, stress, job satisfaction, intention to leave, organizational commitment

Abstract

The millennial generation is known to like changing jobs. The aim of this research is to find out whether stress, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment of millennial employees influence their intention to leave. Data was collected via a Likert questionnaire, a scale of 5 from 100 millennial employees who work at CV Yudha Mandiri Yogyakarta. The data analysis method used is Multiple Linear Regression. The research results show that work stress and organizational commitment have a positive and significant effect on intention to leave, while job satisfaction has a negative effect on intention to leave among Millennial employees.

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Published

2023-12-30

How to Cite

EXAMINING THE INTENTION OF THE MILLENNIAL GENERATION TO DEPART:  STRESS, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AT CV YUDHA MANDIRI YOGYAKARTA. (2023). Efektif : Jurnal Bisnis Dan Ekonomi, 14(2 Desember), 109-123. https://doi.org/10.37159/Efektif2023.Vol14.No2.007
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