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Organizational Commitment and Work Productivity: A Case of Occupational Health and Safety in Indonesia


Suyono Thamrina, Rita Ambarwati, Uning D. Ariati, Mudji Astuti,
Abstract

Work productivity is an essential thing in the company because the work productivity that is achieved will affect the sustainability of the company. Work productivity will be achieved if the management has a strong commitment, according to the company vision. The work productivity is achieved organizational commitment and commitment to Occupational Health and Safety (OHS). The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the dimensions of organizational commitment to work productivity through OHS commitment as a mediator variable. This research is a quantitative study with the design of collecting data on samples using questionnaires and interviews. Samples are operational employees working in the field who work on the construction of buildings spread over several areas as projects in Indonesia. As a condition to fulfill the criteria as a sample, the requirements are a minimum of one-year working period, aged between 20-50 years and a minimum of high school/vocational education. From the data that has been analyzed, it is expected to know the interaction relationship between variables of organizational commitment, OHS commitment, and work productivity. The implications of this study can give recommendations for companies to make continuous improvements in terms of the application of OHS in Indonesia.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 3175-3182

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201438