The influence of work motivation and organizational commitment on work discipline with job satisfaction as an intervening variable at the department of food security and agriculture, binjai city
Keywords:Work Motivation, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Work Discipline.
Discipline is the main tool for obedience and adherence to the boundaries set by the organization, be it in the form of job descriptions, organizational regulations, or work targets. An employee who has a high level of discipline will work well and can improve organizational performance. This study aims to determine whether work motivation and organizational commitment affect employee work discipline through job satisfaction as an intervening variable at the Department of Food Security and Agriculture, Binjai City. The study was conducted on 91 employees using a saturated sampling technique. The data collection technique used was primary data in the form of questionnaires and secondary data obtained through documentation studies. The data analysis technique used quantitative data which was processed using the SPSS version 25 program, namely the t test, Sobel test and path analysis. The results obtained in this study show 1) there is a significant influence between work motivation on job satisfaction, 2) there is a significant influence between organizational commitment variables on job satisfaction, 3) there is a significant influence between work motivation variables on work discipline, 4) there is a significant effect between organizational commitment variables on work discipline, 5) there is a significant influence between job satisfaction variables on work discipline, 6) job satisfaction variables cannot influence work motivation variables on work discipline, 7) job satisfaction variables cannot influence organizational commitment variables on work discipline.
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