The Role of Supervisory Support and Life Balance Work in Increasing Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Study at Hotel Employees in Malang

Nilawati Fiernaningsih

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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of supervisory support on work life balance and organizational citizenship behavior. Data was collected from 209 five-star hotels and four-star hotels staff in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, using a questionnaire. Data was analyzed using GeSCA. The research findings show that supervisory support has a significant effect on work life balance, but supervisory support does not have a significant direct effect on organizational citizenship behavior. Meanwhile work life balance has a significant effect on organizational citizenship behavior. These findings provide insight to managers that employees need emotional support and instrumental so that they can balance work life with their personal lives. A good life balance work will foster organizational citizenship behavior that has an important role in improving the performance and competitiveness of the company.

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Supervisory support; Work life balance; Organizational citizenship behavior

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21776/ub.jpas.2019.004.02.6

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