EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE: ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND LEADERSHIP STYLE THROUGH JOB SATISFACTION

Sri Langgeng Ratnasari, Gandhi Sutjahjor, Adam
2019 Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews  
Purpose of study: The current study aims to explore the relationship between employee performance, organizational and leadership style through job satisfaction. Methodology: Data in this research were obtained from distributing questionnaires to 108 respondents. Epson Batam, and hypothesis testing using path analysis. Results: The results showed that the structural model of the first, direct organizational culture and leadership style has a significant effect on job satisfaction. In the second
more » ... tructural model, direct organizational culture, leadership style, and job satisfaction have a significant effect on performance and indirectly through job satisfaction organizational culture and the leadership style significantly influence performance. Implications: Organizational culture variables more meaningfully than the leadership style variables in improving job satisfaction. Job satisfaction is a more meaningful variable than the variable of organizational culture and leadership style to improve performance.
doi:10.18510/hssr.2019.7569 fatcat:nm7g5e2swbgjllw27odgbcanju