|Title: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE OF GREEN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND GREEN COMPETENCE ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT IN STAR-RATED HOTELS THAT IMPLEMENT GO GREEN|
Boge Triatmanto, C Susmono Widagdo, bambang Supriadi and Agus Haryono
The problem raised in this research is that there is still a decline in the performance of hotel employees, especially during this pandemic, which is marked by service that has begun to decline. Most of them are filled with several new employees who don’t really understand the concept of being environmentally friendly. Commitment to the organization that is still lacking with work principles according to work rules. This makes environmentally friendly practices in their organizational culture still not implemented properly. There still needs to be a lot of improvements to comply with the environmentally friendly concept, one of which is the use of plastic materials which also refers to their competence, especially knowledge of environmentally friendly concepts. This study aims to describe the green organizational culture and green competence, employee performance and organizational commitment in star hotels that implement Go Green.” The research was designed with a descriptive qualitative approach, using a survey instrument. Data and information were obtained from observations in several star hotels that have implemented go green in Central Java and interviews with a total of 112 respondents selected by random sampling. The unit of analysis in this study is hotel employees. The results of the study prove that empirically it is time for hotel entities to implement go green to participate in sustainable environmental preservation.
|Keywords: Green competence, Go Green, Green culture, Hotel, Central Java.|