Sebelas Maret International Conferences, The 2nd INCREDIBLE

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The Mediating Role of Organizational Justice in The Relationship Between Transformational Leadership on Quality of Work Life and Turnover Intention
Dimas Sulton, Joko Suyono

Building: Parallel Session 1
Room: F
Date: 2020-10-27 01:15 PM – 02:30 PM
Last modified: 2020-10-23


This study aims to determine, the first is to examine two mechanisms of organizational justice, namely: distributive justice and interactional justice that may link transformational leadership behavior and quality of work life. Second, studying the relationship between quality of work-life and turnover intention the nurses at the Kasih Ibu hospitals of Surakarta. The sample in this study was determined by probability sampling technique and the method used was simple random sampling. Data analysis was performed with Partial Least Square (PLS) used to test models and hypotheses. The findings of organizational justice were found to fully mediate the relationship between transformational leadership and quality of work life. Also, quality of work-life has a negative effect with turnover intention. The practical implications report shows the importance of the role of leaders in helping ensure the quality of work-life, to achieve organizational goals. In terms of implications for organizations, we present a model that can help reduce these losses by providing new insights and training programs that can enhance transformational leadership behaviors in the workplace to reduce turnover intention. Such a program can help redesign the work context to improve their perceptions of organizational fairness. Based on this data, because nurses have an important role in health care, it is important to identify organizational factors that affect employee attitudes. This article contributes to the transformational leadership literature, perceptions of organizational fairness, and the quality of work-life, to reduce turnover intention.