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The Relationship between Psychological Capital and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among Employees in Bank Syariah X

  title={The Relationship between Psychological Capital and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among Employees in Bank Syariah X},
  author={Hapsari Cintantya and Alice Salendu},
This research was conducted to study the relationship between Psychological Capital (PsyCap) and   Organizational   Citizenship   Behavior (OCB) towards   employees   in   Bank   Syariah   X. Psychological capital is an individual’s positive psychological state of development and is characterized by having self-efficacy, optimism, hope, and resiliency. Although OCB is not critical to the task or job, it serves to facilitate the organizational functioning. Therefore, not only employees are… 
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