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

Abstract

Do Organizational Climate and Organizational Justice Enhance Job Performance through Job Satisfaction? A Study of Indonesian Employees

Author(s): Siswoyo Haryono, Yusda Indria Ambarwati, Mohd Shamsuri Md Saad

This study analyzed the effect of organizational climate and organizational justice on job performance of statistics district coordinators at Statistics Central Bureau, Yogyakarta. 75 samples consisted of statistics district coordinators who work in four regencies and the city of Yogyakarta. Structural Equation Modeling with Partial Least Square (PLS) 3.2 versions was employed to test the hypotheses. The results of the study revealed that organizational climate and organizational justice significantly affected statistics district coordinators’ job satisfaction. Organizational climate also significantly affected statistics district coordinators’ job performance whereas the organizational justice had no effect on statistics district coordinators’ job performance. Job satisfaction significantly affected statistics district coordinators’ job performance and also played a mediating role on the effect of organizational climate and organizational justice on statistics district coordinators’ job performance. This study provides a theoretical contribution towards Fishbein and Ajzen theory which is also known as reasonedaction theory. Overall, this study could make important contribution to extant research in human resource management and organizational behavior crucially in the context of bureaucratic reform in Indonesia