The The Impact of Perceived Organizational Support on Commitment with Satisfaction as a Mediating Variable on Employees with Disabilities at PT. Omron
Organizational commitment is behavior that demonstrates an employee's loyalty and connection with the organization's aims and ambitions to remain a part of the organization. This study aims to examine the direct effect of perceived organizational support on organizational commitment, the indirect effect of perceived organizational support on organizational commitment, and the mediating effect of job satisfaction on employees with disabilities at PT. Omron manufacturing in Indonesia. This study uses a sample of all disabled employees at PT. Omron Manufacturing of Indonesia, including both permanent and contract employees, for a total of 35 respondents. The study was analyzed using descriptive statistical methods. Perceive organization support has a positive and insignificant effect on organizational commitment, Perceive organization has a positive and significant impact on job satisfaction, job satisfaction has a positive and significant impact on organizational commitment, and perceived organization support has a positive impact on organizational commitment with job satisfaction as a mediating variable. The more an employee's job satisfaction, the greater employee's organizational commitment.
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