Employee Performance after the Covid-19 Pandemic ends in Compassion, Employee Engagement, Job Satisfaction, and Work Commitment

Christian Wiradendi Wolor, Rizki Firdausi Rachma Dania, Suherdi Suherdi, Akhmad Nurkin, Ardiansyah Ardiansyah

Abstract

This study aims to determine changes in employee performance after Covid 19 slowly began to change from a pandemic to an endemic regarding compassion, employee involvement, job satisfaction, and commitment. The sample used in this study was 200 employees working in the Jakarta area. The research data was collected through a questionnaire distributed in a Google Form. The sampling technique used the Non-Probability Sampling Analysis Model with the Purposive Sampling technique. The data processing method is quantitative and associative with survey and SEM methods. This study shows that employee engagement has an effect on employee job satisfaction and work commitment. Compassion has an effect on employee job satisfaction. Job satisfaction affects employee performance. However, on the other hand, compassion has no effect on employee performance and work commitment. Employee engagement has no effect on performance. Work commitment has no effect on employee performance.

Keywords:
    Job Satisfaction, Compassion, Employee Engagement, Commitment, Employee Performance

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Christian Wiradendi Wolor
christianwiradendi@unj.ac.id (Primary Contact)
Rizki Firdausi Rachma Dania
Suherdi Suherdi
Akhmad Nurkin
Ardiansyah Ardiansyah
Wolor, C. W., Dania, R. F. R., Suherdi, S., Nurkin, A., & Ardiansyah, A. Employee Performance after the Covid-19 Pandemic ends in Compassion, Employee Engagement, Job Satisfaction, and Work Commitment. Journal of Intercultural Communication, 22(4). Retrieved from https://www.immi.se/intercultural/article/view/42

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