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This study aims to determine the effect of work stress and work conflict on the turnover intention of employees of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the South Tangerang Region. The method used is explanatory research with analysis techniques using statistical analysis with regression testing, correlation, determination, and hypothesis testing. The results of this study work stress have a significant effect on the turnover intention by 37.0%, the hypothesis test is obtained t count> t table or (7,438> 1,986). Work conflict has a significant effect on the turnover intention by 49.9%, hypothesis testing is obtained t count> t table or (9.679> 1.986). Work stress and work conflict simultaneously have a significant effect on turnover intention with the regression equation Y = 9.021 + 0.272X1 + 0.510X2. The contribution of the effect was 55.2%, the hypothesis test obtained F count> F table or (57.286> 2,700).


Job Stress Work Conflict Turnover Intention

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Lim Zhen Hong, Southern New Hampshire University, Malaysia

Inti International College Subang

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Nurjaya, N., Erlangga, H., Hong, L. Z., & Wijayanti, K. D. (2020). The Effect of Work Stress and Work Conflict on Employees Turnover Intention In Middle Small Micro Enterprises (MSMEs) In South Tangerang Region . International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 1(2), 51-62.


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