Megawati Megawati, Nurul Syahna


Thisaim wastoinvestigateweatherjobsatisfactionenchancesorganizationalcommitmentamong nursingpersonelwhile exploringwhether organizationalsupport perceptionhasamoderatingeffectonthe relationshipbetweenjobsatisfactionand organizationalcommitment.Asurvey wassentto111nursesatRumahSakitIbudanAnak (RSIA)PemerintahAceh.Accordingtotheresearchfindings,nurses’jobsatisfactionhasa positive andsignificantinfluence onorganizationalcommitment.Furthermore theresults showed thatorganizational supportperception brings impact forward organizational commitment. Result alsoindicated that themoderating effect ofnurses’ organizational supportperceptionwas weakwiththevalue0,214.Thisstudysuggest thatorganizational supportperceptionwill developasenseofbelonging.Thiskindofrelationshipisrarely discussedintheresearchliterature,anditcanbeappliedforhumanresourcesmanagement of nursing staff atRumahSakitIbu dan Anak(RSIA)Pemerintah Aceh.



Keyword: OrganizationalSupport, JobSatisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Moderating Effect, NursingStaff

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