International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part D (2020)
The influence of organizational culture and motivation on employee performance through work satisfaction as a variable of mediation in the directorate of post and information technology resources and equipment management
Juliani Sitorus, Wagiarto Hoesin and Ismail Razak
Organizational culture reflects the values and norms that become the vision and mission of the organization in achieving its goals. The application of good organizational culture will have a positive impact on work motivation and job satisfaction thereby increasing employee performance. Organizations that have a strong organizational culture should have a large influence on the behavior of each employee because of the high level of togetherness and intensity creating an internal climate of high behavioral control. Employees who have good performance, the employee's performance will also increase because all employees become the driving force of the organization's goals. Organizational culture as a general perception shared by all members of the organization, so that every employee who becomes a member of the organization will have values, beliefs, and behavior following organizational goals. The purpose of this study was to analyze the influence of organizational culture and work motivation on employee performance through job satisfaction. The data used are primary data through questionnaires distributed to 100 employees of the Directorate of Postal and Information Technology Resources and Equipment Control. The data analysis technique used is path analysis. The results of this study indicate that organizational culture and work motivation affect employee performance through job satisfaction.
How to cite this article:
Juliani Sitorus, Wagiarto Hoesin, Ismail Razak. The influence of organizational culture and motivation on employee performance through work satisfaction as a variable of mediation in the directorate of post and information technology resources and equipment management. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(3):222-229.