PENGARUH KEPUASAN KERJA, BUDAYA ORGANISASI, GAYA KEPEMIMPINAN TRANSFORMASIONAL, DAN ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE TERHADAP NIAT UNTUK MELAKUKAN WHISTLEBLOWING DENGAN KOMITMEN ORGANISASI SEBAGAI VARIABEL INTERVENING
KINANTO, AJI BAYU
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This study discusses job satisfaction, organizational culture, transformational leadership styles, organizational justice, organizational commitment, and towards whistleblowing intention. This test uses whistleblowing intention as the dependent variable, organizational commitment as a mediating variable, as well as variables of job satisfaction, organizational culture, transformational leadership style, organizational justice as an independent variable. The samples used were the DPMPT Gunungkidul apparatus, Sleman DPMPPT, Bantul DPMPT, Yogyakarta City DPMPT, Kulonprogo DPMPT, and DI Provincial DPPM. Yogyakarta. This research uses purposive sampling method. The type of data used in this study is primary data. Based on the process of distributing the questionnaire, a sample of 64 respondents was obtained. Hypothesis testing in this study uses SEM analysis (structural equation modeling) based on variance or partial least square using SmartPLS V.3.2.8 software application. The results showed distributed justice and positive organizational commitment towards whistleblowing apparatus intentions. Job satisfaction, organizational culture, transformational leadership style and procedural fairness do not oppose managerial performance. Transformational leadership style and procedural justice have a positive effect on whistleblowing intent compilation apparatus with organizational commitment as a mediating variable.