The effect of stress and job satisfaction on organizational commitment secretariat of Banyuasin Regency board
Keywords:civil servants, employees, job satisfaction, job stress, organizational commitment
This study aimed to determine job stress and job satisfaction on organizational commitment at the Secretariat of the Regional House of Representatives of Banyuasin Regency. The population is all Civil Servants (CS) and temporary employees in 2020 as many as 220 employees. The sampling technique is random sampling. Multiple linear regression analysis results show that work stress has a negative and significant effect on organizational commitment. Job satisfaction has a positive and significant effect on organizational commitment. Perceived work stress shows that some employees do not experience too much work stress, which impacts organizational commitment. To providing job satisfaction to employees, it is hoped that adjustments can be made to the salaries given to employees, especially non-CS employees.
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