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SRP. 2020; 11(4): 135-141

Does Employees’ Self-Efficacy Drive their Organizational Commitment?

Agus Syabarrudin, Anis Eliyana, Janathun Naimah.


This study focuses on the effect of employees’ self-efficacy on organizational commitment, either as a direct effect or using job satisfaction as an intervening variable. The data samples are 50 employees of PT Semen Gresik (Persero) Tbk, or around 88 % of total population. The research was specifically conducted in Procurement Division. In collecting the data, this study used questionnaires in the form of direct surveys to avoid any misinterpretation between respondents and the researcher. Moreover, path analysis was used as data analysis technique. This study found that self-efficacy significantly influences employees’ organizational commitment, and in fact self-efficacy also influences organizational commitment with job satisfaction as an intervening variable. The outcome will further highlight the role of self-efficacy on organizational commitment and may become consideration for management department in setting organizational rules or policy.

Key words: Intervening variable, Self-efficacy, job satisfaction, organizational commitment.

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