Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : job satisfaction


Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in Performance: The Mediating Role of Job Embeddedness

KOK YEOW CHONG; DAISY MUI HUNG KEE

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1992-2008

Job embeddedness is a new construct in the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). This
paper aims to investigate the association between organizational commitment (OC)
and job satisfaction (JS) among police officers in Royal Malaysia Police (RMP)
through the mediating role of job embeddedness (JE). This study used the analysis
concept from the survey. The data was collected from 309 traffic police officers
currently working in Kuala Lumpur. The results show that JE mediates the
relationship between OC and JS. Hence, JE is a crucial factor that is needed to
assist OC and JS in improving police officers' performance.

The Effect of Job Stress, Emotional Commitment, and Job Satisfaction on Child-care Center Teachers’ Turnover Intention: The Moderated Mediation Effect of Grit

Myung Hee Lee; Yeoun Kyoung Hwang; Chang Seek Lee

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 1570-1584

Because child-care teachers in Korea have heavy workloads and worse treatment than in other teaching positions, their job stress level and turnover rate are high. There is a need for research to alleviate the turnover rate of child-care teachers. Therefore, our purpose was to verify the roles of grit in the influences of job stress on turnover intention through emotional commitment and job satisfaction of Korean child-care teachers. We used SPSS Win. 25.0 and PROCESS macro for SPSS version 3.5 programs to carry out frequency analysis, reliability
analysis, correlation analysis, and moderated mediation effect analysis. First, as a result of correlation analysis, there was a statistically significant correlation between all variables. Second, the moderated mediating effect of grit on the double mediating effect of emotional commitment and job satisfaction in the link between job stress and turnover intention was verified. This results can be used as a basic model using grit to reduce child-care center teachers’ turnover intention

An Investigation on mediating role of Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction of Academic Leaders' Self- Actualization in Tamil Nadu Universities

Dr. R. GOPINATH

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1493-1508

Back Ground: Self-Actualization factors equanimity is the major influencing factor on Job Involvement and Continued Freshness of Appreciation is the next most influencing factor of Job Involvement. The prominence of Self-Actualization in organizational environment especially related to Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement and Organizational Commitment.Self- Actualization has strong influence in determining Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement and Organizational Commitment. The purpose of the study to Investigation of Self- Actualization
on the Impact of Academic Leaders’ Job Involvement, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in Tamil Nadu Universities
Methods/Statistical Analysis: A cross-sectional design and survey method were utilizedto collect the data and the stratified purposive random sampling method and in SEM model, AMOS 20 used in this study.
Findings: Based on the results of the three-mediating model, Job Satisfaction model has mediation effect between Self-Actualization highly significant compared other mediation model Job Involvement and Organizational Commitment.
Conclusion: The researcher concluded that Self-Actualization is a vital contribution to job influences Job Satisfaction of Academic Leaders in Tamil Nadu Universities

Psychosocial Safety Climate, Job Demands, and Work-Related Outcomes: A Study of Malaysian Research Universities

Kia Hui Gan; Daisy Mui Hung Kee

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 191-196

The recent QS 2021 World University Rankings showed that all five Malaysian research universities have improve and ranked among the world’s top 200. The improvement in the ranking is an indicator that Malaysian research universities are making continuous efforts in improving their research and academics. To achieve a better ranking, Malaysian research universities use key performance indicators for academicians. Academicians may feel burdened with the high expectations from the management. The present study intends to examine how psychosocial safety climate (PSC) influence academicians work-related attitudes such as work engagement and job satisfaction. The study also intends to examine if job demands mediate the relationship between PSC and work-related attitudes. The paper is the first study examining PSC and academician’s work-related attitudes in Malaysian research universities.

THE EFFECTS OF WORK ENGAGEMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION ON PERFORMANCE OF NURSES IN SYEKH YUSUF REGIONAL HOSPITAL OF GOWA REGENCY

Ainan Raena Nas; Irwandy .; Suriah .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4407-4418

Performance is defined as the achieved work quantity and quality of an employee in performing job. Reliable and professional employee is realized to highly contribute improvement on performance. This corelational study (N=187) was undertaken to analyze the effects of work engagement and job satisfaction on performance of nurses in Syekh Yusuf Regional Hospital of Gowa Regency. The findings revealed that work engagement, represented by the dimensions of vigor, dedication, and absorption, contributed to the performance of nurses. Vigor demonstrated a full mediation to the relationship between work engagement and performance of nurses. Job satisfaction also contributed to elevate the performance of nurses. The study suggests to increase the morale of nurses, support to establish good superior-subordinate relationships, conduct training for helping increase creativity and innovative behavior.

THE EFFECT OF PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP AND JOB SATISFACTION ON THE GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE

Asni M. Pd; Prof. Dr. Sutjipto M.Pd; Prof. Dr. Mukhneri Mukhtar M.Pd.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1342-1351

The objective of this research was to determine the effect of principal’s leadership, and job satisfaction to performance of guidance and counseling teachers at Public Vocational School in Jakarta, Indonesia. The research was conducted by using a survey method with path analysis applied in testing hypothesis. The research method is used quantitative approach, using path analysis. The target population size of this research is 133 of teachers. Research samples selected as much as 100 teachers using simple random sampling technique. Results of this study indicates that the principal's leadership and teachers’ job satisfaction have a very important role on the performance among guidance and counseling teachers.The implication of the research is that it is crucial to strengthen teachers' job satisfaction in order to improve the performance among guidance and counseling teachers. Based on this research of data obtained the following conclusions: (1) the principal’s leadership has positive direct effect on performance, (2) job satisfaction has positive direct effect on performance, (3) the principal’s leadership has positive direct effect on job satisfaction. The conclusion is that the teacher’s performance is effected by the principal’s leadership, and teacher’s job satisfaction.

Job Involvement's Mediation Effect On Self-Actualization With Job Satisfaction

Dr. R. GOPINATH

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 2915-2924

Back Ground: Self-actualization factors equanimity is the major influencing factor on job involvement and Continued Freshness of Appreciation is the next most influencing factor of job involvement.The prominence of self-actualization in organizational environment especially related to job satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment. Self-Actualization has strong influence in determining job satisfaction, job involvement. The purpose of the study to know the relationship between the self-actualization, job involvement and job satisfaction.
Methods/Statistical Analysis: 30% respondents choose by stratified purposive random sampling method and in SEM model, AMOS 20 used in this study.
Findings: Based on the results of the study, Job Involvement has mediation effect between job satisfaction and self-actualization.
Conclusion: The researcher concluded that self-actualization is a vital contribution to job involvement and influences job satisfaction.