Pengaruh Kepemimpinan Transformasional, Budaya Organisasi dan Motivasi Kerja Pegawai Terhadap Kepuasan Kerja Pegawai PDAM

Ahmad Badawi, M. Sidik Priadana

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The background of this research is based on the phenomenon that is where employees  performances is not optimal so that the development of the companies currently not optimal. As for the main factor is the low of job satisfaction. Based on preliminary research, low job satisfaction is often caused by non-optimal of transformational leadership, organizational culture and the limited motivations of the  employees  PDAM’s in Banten Province. This study aims to actknowledge and analyze The Impact of  Transformational Leadership, Organizational Culture and Work Motivations on Employees On The Job Satisfaction Employees PDAM’s In The Province Banten. This study used a descriptive approach and verification, the research method used descriptive and explanatory survey. In this study, the samples are all employees of PDAM’s in Banten Province as much as 285 Employees. The analysis method of this study is the Path Analysis. The research concludes that there is an The influence of the Transformational Leadership on Job Satisfaction of 23,32 percent, The  effect of Organizational Culture on Job Satisfaction of 8,12 percent, the effect of Work Motivation on Job Satisfaction at 10,28 percent. Simultaneously influence of independent variables on the Job Satisfaction of 69,02 percent of the remaining 30,98 percent is other factors are not studied, but also influence on the Job Satisfaction.

 

Keywords: transformational leadership, organizational culture, work motivation, job satisfaction.


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