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Jurnal Copernicus Vol. 3 No. 2 2013 Hal 32-40

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Dr.Musriha,-M.Si

Influence of Teamwork, Environment on Job Satisfaction and Job
Performance of the Cigarette Rollers at Clove Cigarette Factories
in East Java, Indonesia

Musriha
School of Management, Bhayangkara University, Surabaya , East Java, Indonesia

Abstract
This research examines the influence of teamwork, working environment on job satisfaction and job performance
of Clove Cigarette Factories in East Java, Indonesia. This study was a survey research used for the explanatory or
confirmatory purpose. The research was used to test several hypotheses by explaining the effects of variables or
causal relationship among variables through hypothesis testing. This research was conducted at the cigarette
factories in East Java which covered 200 cigarette rollers as respondent. The sample was drawn using proportional
random sampling method. Data were obtained by distribution and collection of the returned questionnaires and
then analyzed using Structural Equation Model. Five hypotheses were proposed in the study where four
hypotheses had significant effects and one hypothesis had non-significant effect. The hypotheses that had
significant influences were including: the effect of teamwork on job satisfaction, the effect of teamwork on job
performance, the effect of work environment on job performance, the effect of job satisfaction on job performance.
The hypothesis having non-significant impact is the effect of work environment on job satisfaction. Relationship
model between variables under study showed that Teamwork and work environment were significantly correlated
with job satisfaction and job performance of the cigarette rollers in three clove cigarette factories in East Java.
Finding of the research are explained as follows: work environment have no direct significant effect of cigarette
role on job satisfaction.
Keywords: teamwork, work environment, job satisfaction, job performance

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