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Perception of workload is defined as an individual assessment of the number of demands tasks or activities that require mental and physical activity should be completed within a certain period, while turnover intention is defined as the employee's desire conscious and planned to quit a current job. This study aims to determine the relationship between perceptions of workload with employee turnover intention. Samples were employees with classification class office staff or under the supervisor of companies with revenue of less than Rp 5,000,000 / month. Sampling with non-probability sampling, are purposive sampling. Retrieving data using a scale of turnover intention (23 item valid with α = 0.902) and the perception of the scale of the workload (21 item valid with α = 0883) from 71 employees as a sample of this research. Power is obtained based on the Pearson product moment correlation analysis shows the correlation coefficient between the perceptions of the workload with turnover intention rxy = 0.335, p = 0.004 (p <0.05). These results indicate that the hypothesis the researchers accepted, that there is a significant positive relationship between perceptions of workload with employee turnover intention.


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TIRTAPUTRA, A. (2018). Perception Of Workload And Turnover Intention On Employees. International Journal for Social Studies, 4(3), 112-118. https://doi.org/10.26643/ijss.v4i3.6286