Efek Prosocial Motivation dan Civility terhadap Work Engagement yang Dimediasi oleh Thriving at Work pada Dinas Perhubungan Kota Banda Aceh

Marhamal Walidaini, Ade Irma Suryani


This study aims to examine the effect of Prosocial Motivation and Civility on Work Engagement mediated by Thriving At Work at Dinas Perhubungan Kota Banda Aceh. The population in this study was all employees of Dinas Perhubungan KoTa Banda Aceh which amounted to 174 people. The data analysis model used in this study is Hierarchical Linear Modeling with the help of the Statistical Package For Social Science (SPSS) software program. The results showed that Prosocial Motivation and Civility had a significant effect on Work Engagement, while Thriving at Work mediated the influence of Prosocial Motivation and Civility on Work Engagement.


Prosocial Motivation; Civility; Work Engagement; Thriving at Work

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Tim Redaksi:

Jurusan Manajemen Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Syiah Kuala

Lantai II Gedung Induk

Darussalam, Banda Aceh, 2311

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