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SRP. 2020; 11(12): 1250-1260


Job Satisfaction And Motivation: Normative Commitments Of School Principals In Dki Jakarta High Schools

Hegar Harini, Ade Ananto Terminanto, Ismail Akbar Brahma, Adisel, Enny Haryanti.

Abstract
The main purpose of this study is to examine job satisfaction and motivation in influencing the normative commitment of the principal. This research tries to answer the problem of organizational commitment issues, specifically normative commitment refers to a feeling of obligation to continue working with more evidence of satisfaction, and work motivation. This research uses a quantitative approach with a survey method. The population of this study was all 117 high school principals in DKI Jakarta Province. The number of samples was 90 principals using the Slovin formula. Data collection using questionnaires that were analyzed descriptively and path analysis. Hypothesis testing research shows that: (1) job satisfaction has a positive direct effect on normative commitment; (2) work motivation has a positive direct effect on normative commitment; (3) job satisfaction has a positive direct effect on work motivation. Therefore, to increase the obligations of the principal in a sustainable organization requires satisfaction, and work motivation.

Key words: Job Satisfaction, Work Motivation, Normative Commitment, Principal






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