PERSON-JOB FIT ON TURNOVER INTENTION: MEDIATED EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of person-job fit on turnover intention mediated by employee engagement. This study uses descriptive analysis and statistical methods. Partycipants were selected from different specializations, where each medical center was represented proportionately within the sample. Data were collected using self-administered questionnaires. Path analysis was utilized for the analyses. The results of the study showed that p-j fit had an effect on turnover intention, employee engagement mediated the relationship between p-j fit on turnover intention, and employee engagement had no effect on turnover intention
Keywords: person-job fit, turnover intention, employee engagemente
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