Dina Haya Sufya


Every employee has different motivation in working, once in a while employee needs appreciation, acknowledgment, money and place to socialize. In daily life, there is another employee willing to help each other, whereas that employee should finish their own work, even it’s not included in their job description. McShane and Glinow (2010), said that behavior as OCB, that is a type of cooperation and help other employees which is support social context and organizational psychology in work performance. This research in demand to know the influence of psychology principal, organizational behavior and spirituality at workplace to OCB. The population is 390 employees of Perum BULOG Jakarta and 200 employees become samples that use accidental sampling. To examine validity, used Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) instrument and to examine hypothesis, researcher use multiple regression analysis.Output of the research showed that three dimensions of psychology principal (self efficacy, hope, optimism), one spiritual dimension at work place (meaning and works objective) that has significant influence to OCB. Researcher hopes for the next research, that the implication of this research got to re-investigate and able to develop. In example, by adding other variables that concern with OCB, its likely has bigger influence to OCB.


Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Psychological Capital, Organizational Behavior, Spirituality


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