ANALISIS PENGARUH JOB INSECURITY TERHADAP TURNOVER INTENTIONS (Studi Empiris Pada Akuntan Pendidik di Perguruan Tinggi)

Irwandi , Soni Agus (2002) ANALISIS PENGARUH JOB INSECURITY TERHADAP TURNOVER INTENTIONS (Studi Empiris Pada Akuntan Pendidik di Perguruan Tinggi). Masters thesis, program Pascasarjana Universitas Diponegoro.

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Abstract

Penelitian ini bermaksud menguji kembali pengaruh antecedent job insecurity terhadap job insecurity dan pengaruh job insecurity terhadap turnover intentions, dengan pendekatan model penelitian Ashford. (1989) dan instrumen pertanyaan job insecurity dan Ameen et al., (1995). Data berhasil dikumpulkan dari jawaban responden yang telah mengembalikan kuisioner, yaitu sebanyak 247 (24,7%) responden. Responden penelitian ini adalah akuntan pendidik dari beberapa perguruan tinggi di Indonesia. Data di analisis menggunakan teknik multivariat Structural Equation Model (SEM), dengan bantuan program AMOS 4.01 dan SPSS 10.0. Penelitian ini berhasil mendukung hipotesis dengan menunjukkan pengaruh role conflict, locus of control dan organizational change terhadap job insecuriO4 kecuali role ambiguity tidak berpengaruh signifikan terhadap job insecurity dan hasil penelitian ini pula menunjukkan pengaruh langsung job insecurity terhadap turnover intentions. Penelitian ini menemukan bahwa persepsi dan kepribadian Hap individu dapat menimbulkan pengaruh negatif pada job insecurity sekaligus memicu terjadinya turnover intentions. Serta mengindikasikan besamya peluang alternatif kerja bagi akuntan pendidik yang merasa insecure terhadap profesinya.The study purposed to re-examine the effect of antecedent job insecurity variable through job insecurity and the effect of job insecurity to turnover intentions by Ashford (1989) research model approach and Ameen et al.,(1995) questionnaire instrument. The data collected were 247 (24,7%) respondents through the mail questionnaires. The respondent are academic accountant from universities in Indonesia. The data analysed by Structural Equation Model (SEM) multivariate technique using AMOS 4.01 and SPSS 10.0 programs. The results of the study supported the hypothesis that role conflict, locus of control dan organizational change had effect toward job insecurity, but role ambiguity filed to show its significant effect to job insecurity and the results of the study also show the direct effect of job insecurity toward turnover intentions. The study found that perception and personality of each individual can cause the existence of negative effect at job insecurity and turnover intentions all at once, and indicate the great alternative job chance for academic accountant who insecure of his profession.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Accounting
ID Code:9433
Deposited By:Mr UPT Perpus 1
Deposited On:27 Apr 2010 20:09
Last Modified:27 Apr 2010 20:09

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