Analisis Komparatif Komitmen Karyawan pada Tujuan Organisasi di Perusahaan Kecil, Menengah dan Besar di Kota Banjarbaru, Kalimantan Selatan

Muhammad Syarif Hidayatullah

Abstract


Highly committed employees give every effort to achieve organizational goals. They always exert their efforts to achieve that goal. In Indonesia, small businesses occupy an important position that makes it big attention from the government. Every organization does not care big or small should emphasize the element of commitment of employees to achieve the goals set. Researchers want to know the comparative level of commitment of employee goals to organizational goals in small, medium and large business workers. This research method using quantitative approach. The data were collected by using psychological measuring instrument. Data analysis was done by One Way Varian Analysis Technique. The results show that there is a difference in goal commitment among small, medium and large enterprise workers. Significant differences occur between middle and large business workers.


Keywords


employees; commitment goals; large and medium-sized enterprises

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