E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 5, 2023

Effect Turnover Intention, Organizational Commitment and Transformational Leadership on Job Satisfaction in Employees of Telecommunications Companies, Banking and Customer Good Companies in Jakarta

Author(s): Rudy Budiatmaja


There is a gap between employees who work in one company and employees who work in another company, even though they have the same job desk. This will be difficult if the people in the organization lack commitment in carrying out the tasks carried out in the organization. This study aims to determine the relationship and influence of the implementation of transformational leadership on private company leaders in increasing employee job satisfaction and organizational commitment and reducing the level of turnover intention. The method used in the research is multiple regression in SPSS. The results of the study show that turnover intention, organizational commitment and transformational leadership have no effect on job satisfaction. In conclusion, an increase in employee job satisfaction at the company can occur if there is good transformational leadership accompanied by high commitment to work so that it can reduce turnover intention.

Keywords: Turnover Intention, Organizational Commitment, Transformational Leadership, Job Satisfaction

Pages: 333-337

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