Job characteristics are the nature of the task that includes the responsibilities, tasks and levels of satisfaction derived from the work itself. Compensation is something that employees receive in exchange for the contribution of their services to the organization. Job satisfaction is a set of employee feelings about the fun or the absence of their work. Organizational commitment is a desire or encouragement from within an individual to take an active role in making endeavors to realize organizational goals.
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of job characteristics and compensation on job satisfaction and organizational commitment on LPD staffs of the Kerambitan, Tabanan. The sampling technique used is proportional random sampling. The sample in this research is 86 employees in all LPD Kerambitan Tabanan. Data analyst method used is SEM analysis (Structural Equation Modeling) based on component or variance that is PLS (Partial Least Square). The result of research indicate that job characteristic and compensation variable have positive effect to job satisfaction. Job characteristics do not affect organizational commitment, while compensation has a positive effect on organizational commitment either partially or through job satisfaction. Job satisfaction has a positive effect on organizational commitment.
Putra, B. N. K., Sudja, I. N., & Martini, L. K. B. (2018). The Effect of Job Characteristics and Compensation to Work Satisfaction and Organization Commitment on All Lpd Kerambitan Tabanan. International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review, 9(03), 20572-20582. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15520/ijcrr/2018/9/03/462