KOMITMEN ORGANISASI (Suatu Kajian Teori)

  • Ni Nyoman Suryani
  • Gde Bayu Surya Parwita
Keywords: Organizational, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Employee

Abstract

Organizational commitment becomes an important thing for an organization. Organizational commitment is defined as measures of strength of employee identification with, and involvement in the goals and values of the organization. The problem of violation of rules such as absenteeism to lead to dismissal and resignation is one form of employees who are not satisfied and have no commitment to the company. In the world of work the commitment of employees to the organization is so important that to the extent that some organizations dare to include the element of commitment as one of the requirements to hold the position / position offered in job advertisements. In the study of this theory, the factor to be analyzed in terms of its effect on organizational commitment is job satisfaction.

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