Mitigating turnover intention among private school teachers

Widodo Widodo

Abstract


This study analyzes the effect of compensation on teachers’ turnover intention mediating by organizational commitment. The research data was collected by a questionnaire through the survey methods toward 207 honorary teachers of a private school in Indonesia. Data analysis uses path analysis supported by descriptive statistics and correlational. The results show that compensation had a significant effect on teachers’ turnover intention mediating by organizational commitment.  This study also was found a fit research model can discuss among researchers and practitioners as references/discourse or a strategy for mitigating turnover intention in various contexts and research fields.

Keywords


Compensation; Organizational commitment; Turnover intention; Honorary teachers

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