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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 12, December 2020 Edition



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

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Job Satisfaction Role As Employee Performance Determination Considering Antecedents Of Job Design, Learning Organization, Servant Leadership In Regional Revenue Agency

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AUTHOR(S)

Nurul Khayati, Harianto Respati, Achmad Firdiansjah

 

KEYWORDS

Job Design, Learning Organization, Servant Leadership, Job Satisfaction, Employee Performance

 

ABSTRACT

This research aims to analyze job satisfaction’s role in improving employee performance related to the implementation of job design, the implementation of organizational learning, and the application of servant leadership. This research was conducted in the Malang Regency Regional Revenue Agency, Indonesia. The employees were as respondents with maximal 60 persons. A Census method was used in this research. The data analysis technique used descriptive analysis, and the structural equation modeling structure used SPSS. The unique thing in this research was that the research was conducted during the Coronavirus pandemic so that the variable measurement became different. The finding of the research was the task identity which appropriates with the standard operating procedures in the organization and the leader’s ability to understand the employees’ desire, namely the desire to develop was proven to be able to satisfy them at work so that most of them were willing to work together to complete the task with full responsibility.

 

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