The Influence of Psychological Capital and Organizational Change to Employee Performance with Organizational Commitment as Moderating Variable

Bambang Suko Priyono, Yohanes Sutomo, Tristiana Rijanti, Ahmad Heru Farokhi, Amin Kuncoro

Abstract


This study is aimed to analyze and describe the influence of psychological capital and organizational change to employee performance with organizational commitment conducted on Credit Center of a Banking Company in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The population in this study is 275 employees. The sample 163 respondents is taken by using proportional stratified sampling technique with criteria permanent employees and having been working for at least 5 years. The result of hierarchical regression analysis shows that (1) psychological capital influences employee performance, (2) organizational change influences employee performance, (3) organizational commitment is moderating variable for the influence of psychological capital to employee performance, and (4) organizational commitment is moderating variable for the influence of organizational change to employee performance.


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