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Work Overload and Turnover Intention of Junior Auditors in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia

Pradana, Andika and Salehudin, Imam (2015): Work Overload and Turnover Intention of Junior Auditors in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia. Published in: The South East Asian Journal of Management , Vol. 9, No. 2 (31. October 2015): pp. 108-124.

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Abstract

This paper aims to analyze how work overload influences turnover intentions of newly hired public accountants. Job satisfaction, work related stress and work life conflicts are used as mediating variable between work overload and turnover intention. This study employed 141 auditors from several accounting firms operating in the Greater Jakarta region. Six proposed hypotheses was tested using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Results showed that work overload has significant effect in increasing turnover intention through both job satisfaction and work related stress. Contrarily, work overload does not influence turnover intention through work life balance. This may be due to the nature of the respondents, in which a majority of the newly hired accountants employed in this study are unmarried.

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