The Influence of Work Motivation, Organizational Culture, and Job Engagement on Employee Performance With Organizational Commitment

Subhi Nur Fuadi(1*), Trias Setiawati(2)
(1) Mahasiswa Pascasarjana Universitas Islam Indonesia
(2) Universitas Islam Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of work motivation, organizational culture, job engagement, and organizational commitment to employee performance, and to test organizational commitment as an intervening variable between work motivation, organizational culture, job engagement on employee performance of PT Asuransi Bumiputera Muda 1967 Yogyakarta Branch Office. This research is causal asositive research. The sample in this study were 41 employees of PT General Insurance Bumiputera Muda 1967 Yogyakarta Branch Office. The data analysis technique used is multiple linear regression and indirect effect test. The results showed that work motivation, organizational culture, job engagement, and organizational commitment partially had a positive effect on employee performance, and organizational commitment could intervene work motivation, organizational culture and job engagement on performance.

Keywords: work motivation, organizational culture, job engagement, organizational commitment, employee performance

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