The Effect of Leadership, Organisational Culture and Work Motivation on Job Satisfaction and Job Performance among Civil Servants in Maros District Technical Working Unit

Dahlan Habba, Basri Modding, Muh. Jobhaar Bima, Jamaluddin Bijang

Abstract

This study was analyzes the effect of leadership, organizational culture and work motivation on job satisfaction and performance of employees in the Maros technical working units. 245 civil servants were included in this study sample. The results of hypothesis testing with support Analysis of Moment Structures Ver.20 provides evidence that leadership and organizational culture are well proven to increase job satisfaction, but was unable to encourage the creation of civil servants performance. Job satisfaction has no significant role in explaining the influence of leadership and organizational culture on civil servants performance. A civil servant work motivation is at a high level is proven to increase job satisfaction and create improved civil servants performance. Job satisfaction has a significant role in explaining the effect of work motivation on civil servants performance. The High level of civil servants job satisfaction is what determines the creation of civil servants performance. 

Keywords

leadership; organizational culture; motivation; job satisfaction; performance

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