P I C E E B A, 1ST PICEEBA 2018

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IDENTIFICATION THE EFFECTS OF WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ON TURNOVER INTENTION OF BANKS’ EMPLOYEES IN PADANG WITH BURNOUT AS THE MEDIATING VARIABLE
RINI SARIANTI, YUKI FITRIA, YUNITA ENGRIANI

Last modified: 2018-06-29

Abstract


The study aims to examine the effect of work-family conflict on turnover intention of banks’ employees in Padang with burnout as the mediating variable. The population of this study is all female employees at 7 conventional banks selected in the city, and the population number is 378 people. The sampling technique of this research is purposive sampling technique and the sample size is 100 people. The primary data was analyzed using regression analysis technique with a mediating variable and a causal step method with SPSS version 20 program. Based on the results of data processing, it can be concluded that work-family conflict has a significant effect on the turnover intention of banks’ employees in Padang. Burnout is proven as a significant mediating variable of work-family conflict with turnover intention in banks in Padang.

Keywords


Turnover Intention, Work-Family Conflict, Burnout