PENGARUH KOMITMEN ORGANISASIONAL DAN PROFESIONAL TERHADAP KEPUASAN KERJA PEGAWAI DENGAN MOTIVASI SEBAGAI VARIABEL INTERVENING DIKANTOR DINAS PENDIDIKAN KEPEMUDAAN DAN OLAHRAGA KABUPATEN SOLOK SELATAN
, Darnawati and
Aminar Sutra Dewi
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This study aims to determine the significant influence of Organizational and Professional Commitment on Employee Job Satisfaction with Motivation as Intervening Variables. The population of this research is all civil servant employees who work in the Youth and Sports Education Office of South Solok Regency. The study sampling was determined using total sampling. The samples used in this study were 55 civil servants in the Department of Youth and Sports Education, South Solok Regency. Data was collected from respondents' results and analyzed by simple linear regression. The results of the study show that Organizational Commitment influences Job Satisfaction positively and significantly, professional influences job satisfaction positively and significantly, Organizational Commitment influences Motivation positively and significantly, Professional influences motivation positively and significantly, Motivation influences job satisfaction positively and significantly, Organizational Commitment with motivation as an intervening variable indirectly influences Employee job satisfaction, Direct professional influence with motivation as an intervening variable on Employee job satisfaction, is actually greater than indirect influence. The results of the study indicate that organizational commitment has the greatest influence on Employee job satisfaction Therefore, organizational commitment needs to be improved by the Department of Youth and Sports Education of South Solok Regency.
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