Dyah Ika Rahmawati, S. Surahman


Change is something that is sure to happen. Change does not only occur in one sector, but many sectors experience it. Lately there have been many rejections of changes that occur in the form of employee demonstrations, one of which occurred by PT. Kereta Api Indonesia. The purpose of this study, to determine the relationship of adjustment to organizational change with employee self-expectations at PT. Kereta Api Indonesia. Jakarta Operations I. In this study the data collection method uses a scale of organizational change and self-expectation scale. Based on the results of data analysis obtained bivariate correlation coefficient (rxy) of 0.202 with p <0.05. The conclusion of the study showed that there was a significant relationship with a positive direction between adjustments to organizational change and employee self-expectation that occurred at PT. Indonesian Railroad Regional Operations I Jakarta.


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