Relationship Job Satisfaction and Affective Commitment in Organizations to Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) on Pastors HKBP District X Medan Aceh
Lumbantobing, Hendra Victor
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Pastors are church workers who work in congregations, departments and institutions owned by an organization. They act as leaders and also servants in performing their duties. Therefore a pastor should be able to show the dedication seen from the character of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). This study aims to see the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational affective commitment to organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The number of samples in this study there are 150 people. The sampling technique used is simple random sampling. The results of this study indicate that there is a very significant relationship between job satisfaction and organizational affective commitment to organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) which is shown from F = 659,149 (p <0,01) and coefficient of determination (r square) is 0,900, that means OCB is affected by job satisfaction and affection commitment by 90%.