Descriptive Analysis of Job Satisfaction, Employee Engagement, and Organizational Commitment in XMG Real Estate Broker
Limiadi, Ambrosius Wishaldi
Kodrat, David Sukardi
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This study aims to describe the following conditions of job satisfaction, employee engagement, and organizational commitment in XMG’s real estate agents. Firstly, the job satisfaction (X) is described within these nine influential factors, such as: pay, promotion, supervision, benefit, rewards, operating conditions, coworkers, nature of work, and then communication. Then, the employee engagement (Y) is described within these ten influential factors, such as: career development, training, leadership, work environment, recognition, management, alignment, infrastructure, performance measurement, and communication. Lastly, the organizational commitment (Z) is described within these categories, such as: affective commitment, continuance commitment, and then normative commitment. The analytical tool used to describe in this study is the standard statistical analysis with mean, standard deviation, mode, and median in each of the influential factors. The population for this study is the entire real estate agents in XMG, which is 42 people, and the sample size is 32 people determined by using non-probability purposive sampling in which only those who have worked since before March 2017. Based on the results of the analysis, it has been described that the job satisfaction is qualified as moderately high, where the highest satisfaction is seen in the nature of work factor, and the lowest is in the pay factor. Then, the employee engagement has been described and qualified as moderately high, where the highest engagement came from the leadership factor, and the lowest is in communication factor. Lastly, commitment has been qualified as moderately high which the highest form commitment is affective commitment and the lowest form of commitment is continuance commitment.