- Call for Papers: VOL: 4, ISSUE: 6, Submission Deadline June 30, 2018
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Author(s): Waluya Winarja; Akhmad Sodikin; Djoko Setyo Widodo
Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of organizational commitment and the Job Pressure of the Job Performance partially determine the effect of organizational commitment the performance of employees through job satisfaction variables and determine the effect of work stress on job performance through job satisfaction. The study was conducted on the employees of the Directorate of transport and communications and information technology. The sampling technique using saturated samples involving 83 people. Analysis of data using path analysis.
The results of this study variables organizational commitment and job stress affect the performance of employees simultaneously variables affect organizational commitment to Job Performance partially. Variable Job Pressure affects the performance of employees partially. Satisfaction variables affect the performance of employees in the organization's commitment to partial Job Performance. Influence is 0.558. The influence of the organization's commitment to Job Performance through Satisfaction is 0.390X0,485=0.189. In this case, the direct effect is greater than the indirect effect that variables satisfaction as an intervening variable. The direct effect of work stress on Job Performance is 0.365. While the Job Pressure effect on Job Performance through Job satisfaction is 0.252X0,485=0.122. In this case, the direct effect is greater than the indirect effect that variables satisfaction as an intervening variable.