Perceived Work-Life Interface and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Are Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Mediates the Relations? (Study on Star Hotels Employees in Indonesia)

Arif Partono Prasetio, Tjutju Yuniarsih, Eeng Ahman

Abstract


The aim of the study is to examine the mediation of job satisfaction and organizational commitment in the relations between work-life interface and organizational citizenship behavior. This study use paper and pencil questionnaire which consists of 48 items and get response from 277 employees from 3-5 stars hotel in Bandung. To identify the relation between variables, this study using explanatory causal analysis which describe the causal relation using hypothesis. Respondents selected using nonprobability sampling method with accidental technique. The result showed that positive and negative aspect of work-life interface (conflict and balance) has direct effect on OCB. Only job satisfaction has mediation effect in the relations. Hotel industry needs to apply human resources policies which focus on the supporting work and private life in order to increase the employees’ satisfaction. In the end satisfied employees will contribute more to the organizations’ achievement.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v7i2.11099

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