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Research Paper | Management | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016
The Role of Work Culture in Mediating the Effect between Organizational Justice and Pay Satisfaction on Organizational Commitment
Saemu Alwi | Murdjani Kamaluddin  | Samdin 
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the influence of organizational justice, Pay satisfaction and Work culture on organizational commitment. In addition, this study aims to examine and explain the role of work culture in mediating influence between organizational justice and Pay satisfaction on organizational commitment. Design of this study was explanatory, with data collection used survey methods. The amount of sample is determined using a Slovin formula with proportional stratified random sampling technique. The number of respondents of this study was 100 employees. Methods of data analysis used Generalized Structured Component Analysis (GSCA). The results showed that organizational justice and Pay satisfaction has significantly influence on work culture. Organizational Justice and work culture have significant effect on organizational commitment, but Pay satisfaction is not significant effect on organizational commitment. Further, work culture acts as a perfect mediating influence between pay satisfaction and organizational commitment. Finally, the work culture acts as a partial mediation effect between organizational justices with organizational commitment to practical organization. Originality of this study proves the conceptual model that integrates the effect of organizational justice, Pay satisfaction, and organizational culture directly affect organizational commitment, and through the mediating role of work culture.
Keywords: Organizational Justice, Pay Satisfaction, Work Culture, Organizational Commitment
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016,
Pages: 1656 - 1662
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