The Effect of Organizational Climate on Quality of Work Life With Job Stress as a Mediation Variable

Ni Komang Enny Trisnayanti, Agoes Ganesha Rahyuda


The sample used is the employees of the Bank Indonesia Representative Office of Bali Province, amounting to 70 respondents with sample collection techniques using a sampling census. This study uses PLS (Partial Least Square) analysis techniques. The results of the study found that the organizational climate has a positive effect on quality of work life. Job stress has a negative effect on quality of work life. Organizational climate has a negative effect on job stress, and job stress as a mediator has a significant effect on organizational climate relations and quality of work life. The implications of this study indicate that employees need quality of work life in organizations where it is necessary to consider the prevailing working hours to be in accordance with the legal standards that have been validated, so that employees are able to create synergic relationships between work and other environments. Furthermore, the organization's climate also needs to be considered by the organization in order to fulfill a conducive working atmosphere where organizational support needs to be built, clarity of work, self-expression, making contributions, awards and finally the challenges in the organization.

Keywords: Organizational climate, job stress, quality of work life

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-24-03

Publication date: August 31st 2019

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