Organizational Culture and Work Culture as Determinants of Increasing Work Productivity

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Yeni Nuraeni, Suryadi, Nurlia Rahmatika, Septyan Maryadi Sayoga, Ari Yuliastuti


A large number of human resources does not guarantee that it can encourage high productivity in a country. The abundant number of Indonesian workers is inversely proportional to the labour productivity, which is still relatively low compared to the three central competitor countries in ASEAN, namely Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. This shows that Indonesia has not been able to utilize the potential of its human resources fully. One of the factors that can affect worker productivity is the level of comfort they feel at work. The organizational culture and work culture that a company has implemented will significantly affect the level of comfort for its employees. This study aims to analyze organizational culture and work culture that significantly affect the increase in work productivity. The sample selected based on the purposive sampling method has succeeded in getting awards in productivity—data collection using questionnaire filling techniques and in-depth interviews. Data analysis used quantitative methods with Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and equipped with qualitative research. The results showed that the work culture that most influenced the company's success in increasing work productivity included being responsible for completing work well and individual initiatives/innovations that gave birth to creative thinking. Management support in the form of good communication between company management and employees and awarding high productivity is the key to the company's success in developing and implementing a work culture that affects work productivity.

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