The Factor Influencing Organizational Citizenship Behavior of Employees in Private Universities in South Sumatera Province

Desi Ulpa Anggraini, Wibowo Wibowo, Hanes Riyadi, Husein Umar

Abstract


The objectives of this study is to analyze the factors affecting Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) Nonacademic Employees in Private Universities in South Sumatra. The research design used in the study is explanatory design which explains the causal relationship among variables and scoring all indicators for each variables. The study location is in South Sumatra Province while the research objects are 13 Private Universities with 200 nonacademic employees as respondents. This dissertation used primary data from questionnaire filled out by the respondents. The sample selection used simple random sampling. The method of research used descriptive statistics using SPSS and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The descriptive analysis shows that the level of OCB, Work Satisfaction, Transformation Leadership, Work Motivation, and Organization Culture are at a positive level. The results of relationship among variables stated that the Transformational Leadership has no significant impact on OCB, Work Motivation has significant impact on OCB, Organization Climate has significant impact on OCB, Work Motivation has significant impact on Work Satisfaction, Organization Climate has significant impact on Work Satisfaction, Transformational Leadership has significant impact on Work Satisfaction, Transformational Leadership has no significant impact on Work Motivation, Organization Climate has significant impact on Work Motivation, and Work Satisfaction has significant impact on OCB.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/bms.v10i1.14038

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