TURNOVER INTENTIONS IN EDUCATION PERSONNEL: THE ROLE OF JOB SATISFACTION AND ISLAMIC WORK ETHICS
Retno Dwiyanti, Diyan Puspitasari, Pambudi Rahardjo, Herdian
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Educational personnel in tertiary institutions play an important role in organizational success. The occurrence of turnover in educational staff can hurt the running of the organization. In Islamic-based tertiary institutions, job satisfaction and Islamic work ethic can influence the desire of educational staff to turn over. This study aims to determine the effect of job satisfaction and Islamic work ethic on the turnover intentions of teaching staff at the Muhammadiyah University of Purwokerto. This research method uses quantitative research methods. The sample of this research was 97 teaching staff at the Muhammadiyah University of Purwokerto. The data collection method uses the turnover intention, job satisfaction, and Islamic work ethic scales. The results of the study show that there is a significant effect of job satisfaction on turnover intentions, while Islamic work ethic has no significant effect on turnover intentions. The results also show that job satisfaction and Islamic work ethic contribute to a turnover intention of 49.2%. Higher education leaders can use the results of this study to increase the job satisfaction of educational staff so that turnover can be avoided.