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This study aims to determine "The Influence of Job Description, Work Supervision and Initiatives on Employee Work Commitment at the Pidie District Education Office". Where the independent variables are Job Description (X1), Work Supervision (X2) and Initiatives (X3), and Work Commitment (Y) as the dependent variable. The population in this study were employees who worked at the Pidie District Education Office, which amounted to 98 employees. The entire population in this study was taken as a sample using the Convinience Sampling Technique. Data were collected using a survey method through questionnaires filled out by respondents. Then the data obtained were analyzed using multiple regression analysis. This analysis includes Validity Test, Reliability Test, Multiple Regression Analysis, Classical Assumption Test, Hypothesis Testing through F Test and t Test, and Coefficient of Determination (R²) analysis. Based on the results of the study, the regression equation was obtained: Y = 1,980 + 0, 307 X1 + 0,242 X2 + 0,417 X3. Based on the results of the analysis above, it can be concluded that of the three variables studied, it turns out that the Initiative variable (X3) has the most dominant influence of 41.7% on work commitment (Y) at the Pidie District Education Office. The influence between the dependent and independent variables is each variable Job description (X1), work supervision (X2) and Initiative (X3) on work commitment (Y) at the Education Office of Pidie Regency with a correlation index of 92.2% This means that the relationship is very strong. Then the index of determination for each Job description (X1), Work Supervision (X2) and Initiative (X3) is 85%, this means that it has a significant effect on work commitment (Y) at the Pidie District Education Office, which is 15% which is influenced by the variable others that were not investigated in this study.



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