Effect of Organizational Culture on Organizational Citizenship Behavior with Organizational Commitment as a Mediator
The contribution of organizational culture to the organization which includes the uniqueness of values, behavior, and psychology is needed by the organization. It also includes trust, experience, ways of thinking, and organizational expectations. Improving employee behavior into organizational citizenship behavior is needed by every organization. To bring OCB to employees, a well-formed commitment is needed. This study uses a quantitative approach to test 3 hypotheses using path analysis to see the role of mediation. Respondents numbered 169 in this study. The results found in this study are that mediators play a maximum role between organizational culture and OCB.
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