Peran Kecerdasan Emosi dan Iklim Organisasi terhadap Perilaku Kerja Kontraproduktif

Devianita Puspita Wardhani, IJK Sito Meiyanto
(Submitted 6 February 2019)
(Published 6 February 2019)


This research aims to determine the role of emotional intelligence and organizational climate in predicting counterproductive work behavior. This study used a quantitative approach survey. The method of data collection in this research was conducted by distributing scale to the research subjects, with a total of 146 civil servants. The data was analyzed using double regression techniques using SPSS (Statistical Product and Service Solutions) 20.0. The result shows that the emotional intelligence and organizational climate can contribute together to decrease counterproductive behavior that occurs in the workplace (F (2, 143) = 5.266, p<.05, R2 = .069). Limitations and suggestions for further research were also discussed in this study.


counterproductive work behavior; emotional intelligence; organizational climate

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DOI: 10.22146/gamajpp.43408


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