THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL VALUE, MOTIVATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON EMPLOYEES’ WELL-BEING
Well-being has become one of the most influencing factors on organizational achievement capabilities. However, well-being itself is formed by various aspects including personal value, motivation, and organizational commitment. Nevertheless, research connecting these variables are rarely found. This research is aimed to measure the influence of personal value motivation and organizational commitment on employee’s well-being. The design used in this research is causality design with a quantitative approach the sample of this research are the employees, lecturers, and teaching staff at 9 Islamic universities in Bandung, Indonesia. Related to efforts to measure the influence of Personal Values, Work Motivation and Organizational Commitment on Welfare, the researchers used inferential analysis with a Structural Equation Model (SEM) using the statistical method LISREL (Linear Structural Relationship). The results indicate that there is an influence of personal values, work motivation and organizational commitment to well-being that has met the criteria of goodness of fit. In addition, it was also found that the Achievement Value had a significant effect on work motivation. Personal achievement values and personal power values have an effect on work motivation in the lecturer group. Meanwhile, for the employees’ group that has an effect on work motivation is the value of stimulation.
Personal value, motivation, organizational commitment, well-being.