Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


A Strategy to Strengthen the Organizational Citizenship Behaviour of Steel Industrys Employee in Indonesia

Author(s): Setyo Riyanto, Samrotul Janiah, Johan Hendri Prasetyo

There's a forecast regarding the increase in demand for steel utilization in the future. The steel industry then needs to increase the organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) of its employees so that all employees would fulfill its demand. This research aimed to reveal the strategies related to strengthening the OCB through perceived organizational support (POS) in mediating the correlations between organizational climate and work discipline through OCB. Data analysis Methods used SEM with the research sample was 351 employees of steel industry companies in DKI Jakarta and Banten Provinces, Indonesia. The results showed that organizational climate had an impact on increasing the POS, but it did not affect OCB; work discipline could increase OCB, but could not increase POS; POS could mediate the impact from work discipline in strengthening OCB, but POS could not directly increase OCB instead it would reduce the indirect implications of work discipline on OCB. This research on the steel industry in Indonesia was considered in conducive organizational climate, equated the positive perceptions between employees and companies, controlling and evaluating employee behavior, and reviewing the moral and material support given to employees.

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