The Effect of Trust Commitments on Organization: Empirical Insights into Managerial Performance

Suharto, Marhaban, Prima Angkupi, Ihsan Dacholfany, Susminingsih, Miftachul Huda


This study discusses human resource management in organizations and measures employee performance through contributions made to the organization. The data obtained used a questionnaire distributed to 120 employees and analyzed using structural equation modeling (SEM) with the Lisrel program supported. The study results found that the managerial performance of an employee is formed when employees have commitments and contribute and involve themselves directly to the organization. Managerial performance can be applied significantly to every employee because it can achieve organizational goals. The better employee confidence, an employee's performance will increase through organizational commitment. This research was conducted in the context of Indonesia. However, the findings of this study have the opportunity to be generalized to private organizations in other countries, especially countries in Southeast Asia.


Keywords: organizational commitment, trust, managerial performance.

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