Effect of environmental work and pressure work to organizational commitment and its impact on job satisfaction of secretariat equipment directorate general of taxation
Arnold Wuriyadi, Abdul Rivai, Guswandi
This study aims to determine the effect of working environment and pressure work on job satisfaction simultaneously, to know the influence of work environment on job satisfaction partially, to know the pressure work on the performance of employees partially, to know the influence of organizational commitment to the performance of employees partially, on the performance of employees through organizational commitment and know the influence of pressure work on job satisfaction through organizational commitment. The research was conducted on the employees of the Secretariat of the Directorate General of Taxes section. The sampling technique uses a saturated sample method involving 105 people. Data analysis using path analysis. The results showed that the work environment and work pressure affect the job satisfaction simultaneously. Work environment variables, work pressure and organizational commitment affect the job satisfaction partially. The influence of working environment and pressure work on job satisfaction through organizational commitment is not significant can be said that the variable of organizational commitment not as intervening variable.