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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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ISSN 2277-8616



ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN BANKING INDUSTRY

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AUTHOR(S)

Abdul Haeba Ramli, Siti Mariam

 

KEYWORDS

Work environment, Organizational commitment, Job performance, Banking industry, Employee, Company, Indonesia.

 

ABSTRACT

Job performance is essential to all companies in every business sector. Some of factors which is capable to predispose job performance are work environment and organisational commitment. Those factors can be nurtureed or increased by designing new building and work stations, nurtureing solid relationships among employees and allowing employees to contribute further for the corporation. Data were collected from contract and full-time employees work in banks in Indonesia. 200 questionnaires were distributed to the participating banks. Data were collected from staff or operational employees, assistant managers and managers. Out of 200 questionnaires distributed, 150 questionnaires were completed and returned and 50 questionnaires were not completed and returned. The purposes of this investigation are to explore the predispose of work environment and organisational commitment on job performance in banking industry and discover which factors have the most effect on job performance in banking industry. The results of hypotheses testing shown suggest that work environment predisposes organisational commitment, and work environment predisposes job performance, organisational commitment does not predispose job performance, and work environment does not predispose job performance with organisational commitment as a mediator.

 

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