PENGARUH KOMPETENSI SUMBER DAYA MANUSIA DAN KOMITMEN TERHADAP TURNOVER INTENTION PADA BANK MUAMALAT INDONESIA KANTOR CABANG YOGYAKARTA
This study aims to determine the effect of human resource competence and commitment to turnover intention at Bank Muamalat Indonesia Yogyakarta Branch Office. This research uses quantitative methods, namely by presenting research results in the form of numbers or statistics, in order to test the hypotheses. As for the subjects of this study were employees of Bank Muamalat Indonesia Yogyakarta Branch Office. The data used in this study were primary data obtained from respondents who filled out questionnaires and secondary data obtained from several sources. The sample in this study were 50 respondents. Sampling was done by nonprobability sampling technique using saturated sampling method. The tool used for this study was multiple regression analysis with SPSS 22 application.
The results of this study indicate that human resource competence and commitment negatively affect turnover intention. Simultaneously, the variables of human resource competence and commitment affect the turnover intention. Patially, commitment has a dominant influence on the turnover intention of sharia bank employees.
Keywords: Human resource competence, commitment and turnover intention.
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