Nurses Turnover Intention: Role of Psychological Capital Components

Shafira Destami Annida, M. M. Nilam Widyarini


Indonesia Health Profile shows a decreasing number of nurses three years in a row which brings concern to the topic. This study aims to test empirically the contribution of psychological capital components (efficacy, optimism, hope, resilience) toward nurses turnover intention. Quantitative method was used to analyzed the data obtained from 74 nurses as subjects. Turnover intention was assessed using 3-item turnover intention scale from Mobley, Horner, dan Hollingsworth (1978), while psychological capital was assessed with asian version of 23-item Psychological Capital Questionnaire  from Sapyaprapa, Tuicomepee, & Watakakosol (2013), which both were translated into bahasa. Results, using multiple linear regression, revealed a significant contribution from efficacy (5,5%), optimism(13,7%), and hope (7,8%), whereas there was no significant impact from resilience to nurses turnover intention level.

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