GCBME 2019 Conference

The Influence of Organizational Commitment on Job Satisfaction: An Analysis of Employees Corporate and Commercial Division in Regional Bank X
M. Masharyono; Sumiyati; A. Lestari

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Employees satisfaction is considered as one of the most important elements of a successful organization. The organization must find out how to make their employees satisfied with their job. Problems regarding the achievement of job satisfaction that has not been optimal are experienced by employees in a corporate and commercial division at Regional Bank X. The lower job satisfaction of Regional Bank X employees is characterized by the increased employee-s turnover. One of the efforts to improve the job satisfaction of employees in a corporate and commercial division at Regional Bank X is to increase their organizational commitment. The study uses descriptive and verification analysis while the method of the study is an explanatory survey. The number of samples taken was 40 respondents, and the study uses a simple linear regression analysis study. The findings of the study show that the description of the organizational commitment is in a high category, the description of the job satisfaction is in a high category, especially in worker relationships dimension, and then, organizational commitment has an influence on job satisfaction by 57.4%. If an increase in organizational commitment to employees is carried out, then job satisfaction will increase.

Keywords: Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Employee-s Turnover, Bank

Topic: Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Human Resources Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract-plain/Ygv3wGX8Cuam

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