The Impacts of Perceived of Good Leadership, Perceived of LeaderMember Interaction Quality and Social Support on Organizational Citizenship Behavior

  • Rizky Sandhi Setyaki Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
  • Franciscus Xaverius Nicolas Susanto Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
  • David Adechandra Ashedica Pesudo Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
Keywords: Perceived of good leadership, perceived of social support, perceived of leader-member interaction quality, organizational citizenship behavior

Abstract

This research was conducted to investigate the relationshipbetween Perceived of Good Leadership, Perceived Leader-MemberInteraction Quality and Social Support on Employee’s OrganizationalCitizenship Behavior. The Subjects of this study were SME employees witha total response of 64 out a total of 70 questionnaires in Salatiga City. The samples of this study were taken using the Purposive-Judgement methodwith Quota Sampling. It was found which there was a significant positiverelationship between perceived Perceived Leader-Member InteractionQuality and Social Support on Employee’s Organizational CitizenshipBehavior with a significance level of 0,001 and 0,000 for each variable.While the significance level of 0,928 in the variable of Perceived of GoodLeadership shows no influence on Employee’s Organizational CitizenshipBehavior. The influence of independent variables on the dependent variablein the F test is also indicated by the number of 8.794, where it concludesthat the independent variables simultaneously influence the dependentvariable. In addition, the coefficient of determination level shows thatindependent variables contribute 45,7% to the independent variable, whilethe remaining 54,3% is explained by other variables.
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2019-05-31
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Setyaki, R., Susanto, F., & Pesudo, D. (2019). The Impacts of Perceived of Good Leadership, Perceived of LeaderMember Interaction Quality and Social Support on Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Jurnal Terapan Ilmu Manajemen Dan Bisnis (JTIMB), 2(1), 131-146. https://doi.org/10.35974/jtimb.v2i1.2039