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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Compensation And Turnover Intention In Coal Mining Support Companies In South Kalimantan

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Daryoto Mulyadi Candra, Sri Wahyu Lely Hana, Deasy Wulandari



Financial compensation, nonfinancial compensation, turnover intention, employee, human resource management



This study aims to determine and to analyze the effect of financial and non-financial compensation on the turnover intention on employees who work in mining company, especially repair and maintenance heavy equipment company, which is located in South Kalimantan. The sample were 60 employees obtained by census sampling technique. The data used was primary data generated from distribution of questionnaires. Hypotheses were tested using multiple linear regression analysis. The results found that financial compensation and non-financial compensation had a negative and significant effect on turnover intention.This study has both theoretical and practical implications. These findings are able to reinforce previous studies on the effects of compensation on turnover intentions. In addition, this research gives input to the management of mining company to maintain financial and nonfinancial aspects in the business of employees as a valuable asset for the company.



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