Peran Komitmen Organisasi terhadap Kesejahteraan Karyawan Perguruan Tinggi Islam di Bandung

Eneng Nurlaili Wangi(1*), Irfan Fahmi(2), Siti Mutya Lutfiani(3)

(1) Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia
(2) UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung, Indonesia
(3) Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author


This studi aims to examine the effect of organizational commitment on employees' well-being. This causality research involvig 721 respondents recruited using simple random sampling. Organizational commitment was measured using Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (OCQ) based on the concept from Meyer and Allen, while well-being was measured using instrument developed by Butler and Kern. The results show that affective and normative organizational commitment did not affected well-being, while continuance organizational commitment has a significant effect on well-being. Employees with affective-based organizational commitment show different behavior compared to continuance- and normative-based. This commitment made the employees choose to continue the job by considering how comfortable they work, which is related to their well-being.


organizational commitment, well-being, employee, Islamic higher education

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