The Effect of Job Embeddedness and Burnout on Turnover Intention in Retail Companies

Ratih Dwi Aryani


Turnover intention that occurs in every company is certainly a scourge that is quite aware of the human resources or personnel department. This certainly needs to be reviewed about the reasons of an employee to have a desire to leave their current company or organization. Moreover retail companies are focused on achieving highly competitive sales targets. What is suspected is job embeddedness and burnout which is one of the factors that employees have a feeling to stop working or resign which is commonly called turnover intention. This study aims to examine job embeddedness and burnout to turnover intention in retail employees at PT. X. This study uses quantitative methods with nonprobability sampling with saturated sampling techniques. The number of samples was 95 people from one of PT.X women's accessories retail companies in the Jakarta area.

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