Impersonal Trust and Perceived Organizational Politics on Organizational Commitment

M. Nurhayati, A. Thoyib, Noermijati, D.W. Irawanto
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXI, Issue 3, 391-403, 2018
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.21.03.031

Abstract:

This study aims to analyze the role of impersonal trust in moderating the influence of perceived organizational politics on organizational commitment. The subject of the study is the administrator of Nahdlatul Ulama Jakarta with population of 107 administrators, and the research sample consisting of 82 administrators. The methodology is the structural equation modeling or partial least squares in which the data processing uses the program Smart PLS version 3. The results found that perceived political organization has no effect on organizational commitment. Impersonal trusts positively affect organizational commitment. Impersonal trust have no role in moderating the influence of perceived organizational politics on organizational commitment.


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