Job satisfaction Vs. toxic environments and transformational leadership: a model for increasing civil servant OCB?
Keywords:job satisfaction, ocb, placement, toxic workplace environment, transformational leadership
Considering its vital role, it is appropriate for a government institution to carry out a mechanism for maintaining human resources by paying attention to the Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) of the state civil apparatus itself. OCB is very necessary because it can increase organizational effectiveness, because OCB is able to influence social aspects in government institutions, such as teamwork, communication and other interpersonal skills. This research aims to build a conceptual and empirical model by analyzing and proving the influence of Transformational Leadership, Placement, Toxic Workplace Environment on Organizational Citizenship Behavior with Job Satisfaction as an Intervening Variable in Civil Servants in Lahat Regency. The research method used in this research is a quantitative approach. The model used in this research is a causality model to test the relationship between variables in a model, both between indicators and their constructs and the relationship between constructs. The results of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis show that Transformational Leadership has a significant effect on increasing OCB; Placement has a positive effect on increasing OCB; Toxic Workplace Environment has a significant effect on increasing OCB; Transformational Leadership through job satisfaction has a significant effect on increasing OCB; Placement through job satisfaction has a significant effect on increasing OCB; Toxic Workplace Environment through job satisfaction has a significant effect on increasing OCB.
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