THE EFFECT OF PERSONALITY AND INTEGRITY TO AFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
Affective organizational commitment felt by employees in institutions provides benefits to the institution because of the emotional attachment of the individual to the institution influenced by personality and integrity factors. That is why the objective of this research is to find out whether there is a direct effect of personality and integrity on employees affective organizational commitment. A causal survey used by selecting 116 employees at Universitas Negeri Jakarta by using Simple Random Sampling (SRS). There were three instruments developed to measure affective organizational commitment (37 items) with a reliability of 0.961, personality (44 items) with reliability 0.967, and integrity (29 items) with a reliability of 0.94. Data were analyzed using regression, correlation, and path analysis. The results showed that personalityand integrity directly and significantly affect employees affective organizational commitment, however integrity was not a good mediated variable between personality and affective organizational commitment. These findings mean that when employees organizational commitment would be improved, factors such as personality, especially big-five personality and integrity could be taken into account.
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