Spirituality, dual career family worker, demographic factors, and organizational commitment: evidence from religious affairs in Indonesia

Abdul Aziz Nugraha Pratama, Hikmah Endraswati

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to specify whether spirituality, age, and tenure
have an effect on organizational commitment and to determine whether the
moderating variables, i.e. dual career family worker, moderates the effect of
spirituality, age, and tenure on organizational commitment. The samples of
the study were 90 staffs and lecturers of three educational institutions under the Ministry of Religious Affairs located in Central Java. They were IAIN
Surakarta, IAIN Salatiga, and MTsN 1 Surakarta. The research used Moderated Regression Analysis to analyze the data. The results showed that spirituality and tenure positively affect organizational commitment and dual career
family worker moderated the effect of spirituality and tenure on organizational commitment. Dual career family worker in this study can be categorized as a quasi-moderation variable.


Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui apakah spiritualitas, usia,
dan masa jabatan berpengaruh terhadap komitmen organisasi dan untuk
menentukan apakah dual career family worker sebagai variabel moderasi dapat
memoderasi pengaruh spiritualitas, usia, dan masa jabatan terhadap komitmen
organisasi. Penelitian ini menggunakan 90 karyawan dan dosen sebagai sampel
dari tiga institusi pendidikan di bawah Kementerian Agama di Jawa Tengah:
IAIN Surakarta, IAIN Salatiga, dan MTsN 1 Surakarta. Teknik analisis yang
digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah Analisis Regresi Moderasi. Hasilnya
menunjukkan bahwa spiritualitas dan masa jabatan secara positif mempengaruhi
komitmen organisasi dan dual career family worker sebagai variabel moderasi
mampu memoderasi spiritualitas dan masa jabatan terhadap komitmen
organisasi. Dual career family worker dalam penelitian ini dimasukkan sebagai
variabel moderasi kuasi.



Keywords


Spirituality; Age; Tenure; Dual-career family worker; Organizational

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18326/ijims.v7i2.277-304

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