Examining value of employees: Effect of quality of work life, work facilities, and organizational commitments on work satisfaction
Keywords:job satisfaction, organizational commitment, work facilities, work life quality
This study aims to analyze of work life quality, work facilities and organizational commitment on job satisfaction. The population for this study is the employees of Karma Royal Jimbaran, there are 30 people as a sample. The data collection techniques used are documents, interviews, observations and questionnaires. Multiple linear regression analysis is used as a data analysis technique. From this research, it is found that there are several important aspects: 1) The quality of work life has a positive and significant impact on the employee job satisfaction, 2) Work facilities have a positive and significant impact on the employee job satisfaction, 3) Organizational commitment has a positive and significant effect on employee job satisfaction. 4) Quality of work life, work facilities and organizational commitment jointly affect satisfaction work. Work facilities have the most dominant influence on employee job satisfaction at Hotel Karma Royal Jimbaran. Judging from the beta coefficient value of 0.302, it is greater than the beta coefficient value of quality of work life and organizational commitment.
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