Track: Undergraduate Student Paper Competition
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the travel industry was one of the most significantly impacted and the office operation mostly using an internet for their offices activity purpose. Therefore, it creates opportunities for employees to use the internet not for office purposes but for their needs. This kind of activity is called as cyberloafing behavior. In the other hand, In Indonesia, many company have made rules regarding the prohibition of cyberloafing. Cyberloafing behaviour often trigged by sense of officer needs like organizational justice, abusive behavior from manager, and self-control of the employees. This study is to analyze the impact of organizational justice, abusive supervisor, and self-control on cyberloafing behavior with work stress as a mediation variable. This study is descriptive research with quantitative method. The sampling technique uses a non-probability sampling with convenience sampling method by distributing questionnaires to 198 employees in travel companies in South Jakarta. Data were analyzed by using Structure Equation Modeling based on Partial Least Square at 95% confidence level. Work stress found as a mediator between organizational justice, abusive supervisor, self-control and cyberloafing behavior, but does not mediate relation between organizational justice, abusive supervisor, and self-control. Therefore, organizational justice has a significant influence on cyberloafing behavior.