Perceived Organizational Support in Efforts to Improve Organizational Commitments and Its Impact on Employee Performance
(Study at SPMI Private University in West Sumatra)
This study aims to analyze the effect of perceived organizational support on organizational commitment, perceived organizational support and organizational commitment on employee performance and to analyze the effect of perceived organizational support on employee performance through organizational commitment of employees at SPMI Private University in West Sumatra. The population used in this study were employees of the SPMI unit of Private Universities in West Sumatra with a total of 241 employees. Of the 241 people taken 30 as a sample test of validity and reliability, while the remaining 211 people were used for further research, with a sampling technique by taking the entire population. The approach in this study uses a quantitative approach to the survey method and uses Partial Least Square (PLS) data analysis. But before the analysis, the outer model test is first performed through the validity and reliability test. The next step is to test the Inner Model through the R-Square (Coefficient of determination), F-Square (f2 effect size), and Q-Square (Predictive Relevance) tests. The results showed that perceived organizational support influenced organizational commitment, perceived organizational support and organizational commitment affected employee performance, and perceived organizational support also had an effect on employee performance through organizational commitment. Where the indirect effect is known to have a greater effect than the indirect effect.