EFFECT OF LOCUS OF CONTROL, NON-PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT AND WORK DISCIPLINE ON JOB SATISFACTION

Agussalim Mad Arab, Siti Nurmayanti, LM Furqan

Abstract:

Job satisfaction reflects an individual’s feelings for his work. An employee who has a high level of job satisfaction will show a positive attitude towards his work, on the contrary an employee who has a low level of job satisfaction will show a negative attitude towards his work. This study aims to analyze employee job satisfaction which is influenced by locus of control, environment non-physical work, and work discipline. Data was collected using a questionnaire given to 113 government employees with a work agreement at the Institute of Domestic Administration of the West Nusa Tenggara Campus. Data collection methods in this study were interviews, documentation, questionnaires. The data analysis technique used in this study is multiple linear regressions which are then analyzed using SPSS version 16.0. The findings of the study show that the non-physical work environment and work discipline have a positive and significant effect on employee job satisfaction at the Nusa Tenggara Campus Institute of Domestic Administration West. Whereas locus of control has a positive but not significant effect on employee job satisfaction at the Institute of Domestic Administration Campus West Nusa Tenggara. This study also concluded that the non-physical work environment is a factor that has the most dominant influence on employee job satisfaction at the Institute of Domestic Administration of the West Nusa Tenggara Campus.

 

Keywords: Locus of Control, Nonphysical work environment, Work Discipline, Job Satisfaction

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