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The effect of organizational commitment, competence on Job satisfaction and employees performance in Maluku Governor's Office

Bernard C. Renyut, H. Basri Modding, Jobhar Bima, , St. Sukmawati and Hisnol Jamali

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Abstract: This study explores some of causality between variables include; the influence of organizational commitment and competence to job satisfaction as the first causality then the influence of organizational commitment, competence to employee performance as the second and final causality influence job satisfaction on employee performance, as well as to analyze the effect of organizational commitment, job satisfaction and competence on employee's performance. The research was conducted at the Maluku Governor's Office, involving 632 employees as a population then set at 244 as respondents. The WarpPLS results found that organizational commitment positive and significant impact on job satisfaction, on the other part, organizational commitment has a positive effect and insignificant effect on employee performance, organizational commitment directly positive and significant effect on employee performance, job satisfaction is a positive and significant effect on employee performance, the organizational commitment as indirect effect is positive not significant on employee performance as a mediated job satisfaction and employee competence indirectly is a positive and significant effect on employee performance as a mediated job satisfaction

Date: 2017-11-29
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