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The Causing Corruption Factors of Private Employees and Civil Servants

Version 1 : Received: 10 January 2021 / Approved: 11 January 2021 / Online: 11 January 2021 (13:03:22 CET)

How to cite: Matulessy, A.; Rini, A.; Limanago, Y.; Elentina, M.; Pandin, M. The Causing Corruption Factors of Private Employees and Civil Servants. Preprints 2021, 2021010197 Matulessy, A.; Rini, A.; Limanago, Y.; Elentina, M.; Pandin, M. The Causing Corruption Factors of Private Employees and Civil Servants. Preprints 2021, 2021010197

Abstract

Internal and external factors influence the tendency of corruption. One of these internal factors is Dark Triad Personality, religiosity, and compensation, while the external factors are the organizational culture. This first study was conducted on 222 private employees and the second study 205 state employee in the East Java area. All subjects have worked at the company for at least 1 year and have a position as the staff, administrator, manager, and age range from 22 to 55. The results of the first study using regression analysis showed that: there was a significant correlation between dark triad personality, organization culture, and the tendency of corruption of private employee (F = 60,132; p = 0,000); there was a significant negative correlation between organizational culture and tendency of corruption (p = 0,000); there was a positive correlation between dark triad personality and the tendency of corruption (p = 0.05). The results of the second study using regression analysis showed that: there was a significant correlation between religiosity, compensation, and the tendency of corruption of state employee (F = 65.950; p = 0,000); there was a significant negative correlation between religiosity and tendency of corruption (p = 0,000); there was no correlation between compensation and tendency of corruption (p = 0.074). This research's practical implication is: the company or institution must always create a positive perception of organizational culture, minimize dark triad personality, and maximize religiosity to reduce the tendency of corruption among employees.

Subject Areas

tendency of corruption; dark triad personality; organizational culture; religiosity; compensation

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