The challenge of the globalization era is that the
success of a company in achieving its vision and mission
does not only depend on resource facilities such as
technology, facilities, and infrastructure, but on the
performance of company employees. Employees have a
vital role in building and developing the company, so there
needs to be an appropriate appreciation given by the
company to avoid a desire to leave the company. This type
of research is causal quantitative. This study aims to
analyze the effect of compensation and work discipline on
employee performance mediated by turnover intention in
IT Consulting Management Service Company Employees.
The number of samples in this study comprises of 100
respondents using a census sample which is part of the
non-probability model sampling technique. The data
analysis method used is Structural Equation Modeling
Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS). The results of the study
show that turnover intention partially mediates the
indirect effect of compensation and work discipline on
employee performance. Turnover Intention has a positive
effect on employee performance. Compensation and work
discipline have a positive and significant effect on
employee performance with a contribution of 77.1%.
Compensation is the dominant factor, especially the giving
of bonuses that affects employee performance.
Compensation and work discipline have a significant effect
on turnover intention with a contribution of 73.3%. Direct
compensation, especially the provision of bonuses, is the
dominant factor that affects turnover intention.
Keywords : Compensation, Work Discipline, Turnover Intention, Employee Performance