ANALISIS MODEL KEADILAN DISTRIBUTIF KARIR DAN KEADILAN PROSEDURAL KARIR TERHADAP EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT DAN TURNOVER INTENTION PERAWAT
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Background: The turnover rate of nurses in Prima Hospital reaches 10% in 2018. Career procedural justice and career distributive justice applied in hospitals affect nurses' perceptions of hospital management. Good justice is expected to be able to strengthen nurse’s employee engagement and reduce turnover intention. Method: This is a quantitative research with analytical crosssectional research method. Questionnaire contain 33 item with the Likert’s Scale (Scale 1-5) was completed by 143 nurses with response rate of 84.6%. Results: The effect of career procedural justice and career distributive justice that is directly and indirectly mediated by employee engagement could reduce turnover intention of nurses significantly. Overall SEM model is a good-fit. Conclusion: Career procedural justice and career distributive justice in hospital affect nurse’s perception towards intention to leave hospital. Employee engagement could also strengthen the effect to reduce turnover intention.