Track: Business Management
Job Satisfaction has an important role in work motivation and turnover intention. At PT XYZ it was found that the value of Job Satisfaction was still low. This study aims to see whether factors such as Job Insecurity and passion have an influence on Job Satisfaction. Quantitative research was conducted on 105 outsourced employees of PT XYZ. The data analysis technique used the Partial least Square-Structural Equation Modeling approach with the SmartPLS version 3.3 program. The results showed that Job Insecurity was proven to have a negative and significant effect on Job Satisfaction and Work Passion was proven to have a positive and significant effect on Job Satisfaction. Of the two variables, Job Insecurity and Work Passion, the most dominant influence on Job Satisfaction is Work Passion because it has path coefficients (+0.582) greater than Job Insecurity (-0.452).
Keywords : passion, Job Insecurity, Job Satisfaction..