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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Influence Of Public Service Motivation On The Civil Servant Work Commitment

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AUTHOR(S)

Yusuf Montundu, H. Murdjani Kamaluddin, H. Samdin, Husin

 

KEYWORDS

public service motivation, work commitment, work engagement, civil servants, public organization, southeast Sulawesi

 

ABSTRACT

The results of this study are part of the results of a dissertation study with the theme of the influence of the work environment and empowerment on public service motivation and employee work commitments within the scope of the Southeast Sulawesi Provincial Office, Indonesia. This study aims to explore the effect of public service motivation (hereinafter abbreviated as PSM) on the work commitment of civil servants. To determine the effect of PSM (Attraction to Public Service, commitment to public values, compassion, and self-sacrifice) on work commitments (work engagement and job involvement) the structural equation modeling (SEM) model is used. The results found that PSM has a positive and significant effect on work commitment. These findings also have important implications for the development of the PSM concept in relation to work commitments, especially in the public sector.

 

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