Analysis of Professionalism and Job Stress Relationships toward Turnover Intention of Internal Auditors with Job Satisfaction as a Mediation Variable (Empirical Study of Banks in West Sumatra)


Authors : Poppy Veone Helsya, Yurniwati, Nini Syofriyeni

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 11 - November

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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This study aims to look at the relationship between professionalism and work stress on internal auditor turnover intention with job satisfaction as a mediating variable. The study uses primary data sources namely online questionnaires using purposive sampling techniques. Data analysis uses the Partial Least Square (PLS) approach using SmartPLS software. The results of the study illustrate that professionalism is positively related to job satisfaction, job stress is negatively related to job satisfaction, job satisfaction is negatively related to the desire to move the work of internal auditors, professionalism is positively related to the desire to move the work of internal auditors, work stress is positively related to the desire to move the work of internal auditors , professionalism has a negative effect on the desire to change the work of internal auditors through job satisfaction. Job stress has a positive effect on the desire to change the work of internal auditors through job satisfaction.

Keywords : Professionalism, Job Stress, Turnover Intention, Internal Auditors, Job Satisfaction.

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