Spiritual work motivation in mediating the influence o f or ganizational climate on teacher performance during the COVID-19 pandemic
Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 043, Issue 3, July 2022- September 2022, Pages 749-754
ISSN: 2452-3151(0125-8370)
DOI: doi.org/10.34044/j.kjss.2022.43.3.29
Mirhamida Rahmaha,*, Noermijati Noermijatia, Achmad Sudiroa and Mintarti Rahayua
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aDepartment of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Brawijaya University, Malang 65145, Indonesia
*Corresponding author, e-mail: mirhamidar@gmail.com
The purpose for this review was to examine the direct influence of organizational climate (OC) on teacher performance (TP) and the indirect effect of OC on TP through spiritual work motivation (SWM), planned as illustrative exploration that expects to give a clarification of the causal connection between factors through speculation testing and to get proper testing in making causal determinations. The example of this study was 180 respondents of Islamic boarding school teachers in the Madura Regency area. The sampling technique used purposive random sampling with the minimum criteria for occupying a homeroom level position. By using the analysis technique of Smart PLS version 3.0, it was found that OC does not have a direct effect on performance, and that OC has an indirect effect on TP through SWM. The after effects of this review are supposed to add new information that will improve the hypothesis of human asset, the executives, and the theory of the behavior of Islamic boarding schools, particularly those connected with TP. Furthermore, it is trusted this new model will assist future examination in focusing on factors that can affect TP.
organizational climate, spiritual work motivation, teacher performance
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