burnout, organizational commitment, turnover intention


The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of burnout and organizational commitment on turnover intentions. The respondents in this study were auditors of the Audit Board of Republic of Indonesia (BPK) and The Finance and Development Supervisory Agency (BPKP). This study used convenience sampling method; the number of samples used in this study amounted to 326 auditors, consisting of 194 BPK auditors and 132 BPKP auditors. The methods used in data collection were the primary method of data collection, using questionnaires filled out directly by the survey respondents, while the data processing methods used was multiple linear regressions analysis. The result showed that burnout had positive effect on auditor turnover intention and organizational commitment had negative effect on auditor turnover intention.

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