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


Effect of Work Stress, Organization Culture and Job Satisfaction toward Employee Performance in Bank Maluku

Author(s): Maartje Paais

In the current of globalization the development of industry and economy must be balanced by good employee performance so it can be created and achieved objectives. This study aimed to analyze the effect of work stress, organization culture and job satisfaction toward employee’s performance in Bank Maluku of Ambon Province. Result of this study was expected to give more insight about human resources management. This study was an explanatory study which explains relationship between exogenous variables toward endogenous variables. Samples were taken in 196 employees, purposive random sampling was used as its sampling method. Data analysis was done with Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) by Amos software. The research finding showed that organization culture has positive and significant effect toward performance, work stress has negative effect toward performance and job satisfaction has no effect toward employee’s performance in Bank Maluku of Ambon Province. This study recommend the Stress work needs to be improved again with the existence of Human Capital Care or consultation of environmental conditions at each branch in Bank Maluku, improve employee performance should the company pay more attention to the application of organizational culture that exist in the environment of the company and manager in affecting job satisfaction perceived employees is needed in an organization. More support given can make employees feel satisfied in working so as to maximize their performance. 

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