The Effect of Perceived Organizational Support, Organizational Commitment, And Work Motivation to Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Employees of PT. Seacon Terminal
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the influence of Perceived Organizational Support (POS), Organizational Commitment, and Motivation Work towards Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) at PT. Seacon Terminal. The data sources come from primary and secondary data. Primary data is taken from distributing questionnaires, while secondary data is from literature books, journals, and company data. Data was distributed to 87 employees. The sampling technique used the Slovin method. Data analysis using multiple linear regression. The results showed that the variables POS, Organizational Commitment, and Work Motivation had a positive and significant effect on OCB. Perceived Organizational Support (POS) variable is the variable that has the highest influence on employee OCB with the dominant influence on the dimensions of supervisor support for PT Seacon Terminal employees.
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