Medicine, Health & Food

Medicine, Health & Food

The Influence of Work Tenure and Compensation Against Turnover Intentions of Nurse at Sari Mulia Hospital Banjarmasin

Pages: 7  ,  Volume: 23  ,  Issue: 1 , February   2019
Received: 03 Mar 2019  ,  Published: 18 March 2019
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# Author Name
1 St Hateriah
2 Zairin Noor
3 Syamsul Arifin


Sari Mulia Hospital is one of the private hospitals that has high incidence of nurses who moved out of work or out of hospital high enough in the last 3 years. The intention of a nurse to moving out of work is caused by many factors, such as the working period and compensation. The purpose of this research is to knowing and analyzing the influence of working period and compensation to the nurse’s intention for move out of work at Sari Mulia Hospital Banjarmasin. This research used analytic observational method with cross sectional approach. Sampling was collected by probability sampling with simple random sampling. The sample in this research about 54 people by using questionnaire as the instrument. Data were analyzed using Pearson correlation test and logistic regression test. It was found that most of respondents have tenure more than 3 years about 36 people (66.7%). Chi square test result between tenure and turnover intention obtained p-value = 0.336 with OR = 1.756. While the compensation significantly affect the turnover intention obtained p-value = 0.003 with OR = 5.667. The tenure was not significantly affect the turnover intentions. While the compensation has a significant effect on the turnover intention of nurses at Sari Mulia Hospital. It expected that the results of this study can be used as a reference for further research to examine other variables such as organizational commitment and working conditions.


  • tenure
  • compensation
  • work
  • turnover intention
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