The effect of self-efficacy and organizational citizenship behavior toward knowledge sharing
The mediation role of abusive supervision
Keywords:Self-Efficacy, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Abusive Supervision, Knowledge Sharing
The purpose of this research was to examine and analyze Self-Efficacy and Organizational Citizenship Behavior against Knowledge Sharing mediated by Abusive Supervision. The research was conducted in securities companies that are members of the Indonesia Stock Exchange located in Central Java and Yogyakarta with a sample size of 100 respondents, using quantitative methods. The data collection technique by using a questionnaire that is distributed via a google form. Statistical techniques use SEM (structural Equation Modeling) with the help of SMART PLS software. The research results found ; (i) there is a significant negative influence between Self-Efficacy on Abusive Supervision, (ii) there is a significant negative effect between Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Abusive Supervision, (iii) there is a negative and significant influence between Abusive Supervision on Knowledge Sharing, (iv) there is a positive and significant influence between Self-Efficacy on Knowledge Sharing through Abusive Supervision, (vi) there is a positive and significant influence between Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Knowledge Sharing through Abusive Supervision of employees of securities companies members of the Indonesia Stock Exchange located in Central Java and DIY.
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