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The effect of organizational culture and work ethics on job satisfaction and employees performance

Jamaluddin Bijaang, H. Basri Modding, Ahmad Gani, Syamsu Nujum and Hisnol Jamali

No gcep4, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science

Abstract: This study explores the behavior of employees work done by testing and analyzing the influence organizational culture, work ethic and employee’s performance with job satisfaction as a mediating variable. The population in this study was all employees who work in local government of Pinrang in South Sulawesi Province. There are 357 employees as a sample. We used Structural equation modeling (SEM) as research equipment. The result of this study provides evidence that the organizational culture and work ethic is proven to increase the perceived of employee job satisfaction. Good organizational culture and perceived of employee job satisfaction proven to improve employee performance. Results are shown in different work ethic in practice has not been able to improve the performance of employees. Perceived of employees job satisfaction proved able to act as a mediating variable in explaining the effect of organizational culture and work ethics on employee performance

Date: 2018-01-05
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