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KCI등재 학술저널

Minimizing Workplace Deviant Behaviors through Workplace Spirituality and Organizational Commitment: A Case Study in Indonesia

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This study aims to investigate a model for reducing workplace deviance from employees’ perspectives. Specifically, it examines the relationship between workplace spirituality and workplace deviance through the improvement of organizational commitment. Through the quantitative approach, questionnaires were distributed to 400 civil servants in the various government agencies in Indonesia. Structural Equation Model with Analysis of Moment Structures (SEM-AMOS) was used to analyze the data and test the hypotheses. The results reveal that workplace spirituality has no significant negative effect directly on workplace deviance, but it has a significantly positive effect on organizational commitment. Organizational commitment also has a significant negative effect on workplace deviance. The non-significance of workplace spirituality’s direct effect on workplace deviance proves that there is a full mediation effect of organizational commitment. It implies that, to reduce workplace deviance, merely workplace spirituality is not adequate, but it should enhance organizational commitment. The findings can add an understanding of the empirical evidence related to the relationship between workplace spirituality, organizational commitment, and workplace deviance. Practically, the top decision-makers in civil servant institutions need to consider the right strategies, policies, and real efforts to carry out workplace spirituality practices and organizational commitment by designing a control system.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Method

4. Results

5. Discussion

6. Conclusion

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