The Impact of Idealized Influence and Contigent Reward to Private School Commitment through Employee Engagement


  • Marvello Yang


This study aims to examine and analyze the impact of idealized influence and contigent reward to employee engagement and organizational commitment at Kristen Maranatha School Pontianak.  This study focuses on the study of human resource management. Respondents of this study are 125 teachers. Quantitative data were collected through structured interviews from 20 May 2019 to 30 May 2019. In this research data was analyzed using SPSS 23 with path analysis. The study was test based on classic assumption and based on t test and F test as fit of goodness and hypotheses test. The results showed that the Idealized Influence did not have a significant effect to commitment organization through employee engagement. However, contingent reward had a positive and significant to commitment organization through employee engagement.  The contribution of employee engagement as mediator role of idealized influence and contingent reward to organizational commitment was high. The results contributed to resource-based view and expand the human resource management theory, particularly in the context of private high school commitment in Pontianak.