The Effect of Organizational Justice, Emotional Intelligence, and Self-Esteem on Counterproductive Work Behavior Mediated by Work Stress (Study at the Ministry of Religion West Nusa Tenggara Province)

Siti Nurmalaah, Mukmin Suryatni, Siti Nurmayanti


This study aims to analyze the effect of organizational justice, emotional intelligence, and self-esteem on counterproductive work behavior mediated by employee work stress at the Ministry of Religion West Nusa Tenggara Province. This type of research is associative quantitative research. The data  collection  method  carried  out  by  researchers  is  the  census  method  involving  114 employees. The data collection tool used in this study was a questionnaire. The data analysis uses SEM-PLS analysis. The results showed that (1) Organizational Justice negatively and significantly affected counterproductive work behavior. (2) Emotional Intelligence has a negative and significant effect on counterproductive work behavior. (3) Self-Esteem has a negative and significant effect on counterproductive work behavior. (4) Organizational justice negatively and significantly affects work stress. (5) Emotional intelligence negatively and significantly affects work stress. (6) Self- esteem has a negative  and significant  effect  on  work  stress.  (7)  Job stress positively and significantly affects  counter productive work behavior. (8)  Job stress mediates organizational justice's negative and significant effect on counterproductive work behavior. (9) Job stress mediates emotional intelligence's negative and significant influence on counterproductive work behavior. (10) Job stress mediates self-esteem's negative and significant effect on counterproductive work behavior.


Organizational Justice; Emotional Intelligence; Self-Esteem; Work Stress; Counterproductive Work Behavior

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