Satisfaction’s model and work efficiency for sustainable development in food industry

Economic Annals-XXI: Volume 200, Issue (11-12), Pages: 15-20

Citation information:
Maria, E., Wardana, W., Lenggogeni, Nuraeni, Cahyati, P., & Astuti, R. (2022). Satisfaction’s model and work efficiency for sustainable development in food industry. Economic Annals-XXI, 200(11-12), 15-20. doi:

Elvie Maria
Lecturer (Management),
Department of Management,
University IBBI
Medan Sumatera Utara, 20114, Indonesia

Wikrama Wardana
Lecturer (Management),
Department of Management,
Universitas Pramita Indonesia (Universitas Pramita Indonesia)
Banten 15710, Indonesia

PhD (Economics),
Associate Professor,
National Research and Innovation Agency
8 JL MH Thamrin, Jakarta Pusat, 10340, Indonesia

PhD (Economics),
Associate Professor of the Department of Economics and Business,
Muhammadiyah University (Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta)
Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan, Cireundeu, Kec. Ciputat Tim.,
Kota Tangerang Selatan, Banten, 15419, Indonesia

Peni Cahyati
Permanent Lecturer,
Tasikmalaya Health Polytechnic
Jawa Barat, 46115, Indonesia

Rini Astuti
MA (Economics),
Faculty of Economics and Business,
Winaya Mukti University
Jawa Barat, 45362, Indonesia

Satisfaction’s model and work efficiency for sustainable development in food industry

Abstract. Within the confines of South Jakarta’s food and beverage industry, this research endeavors to examine and comprehend the following topics: 1) organizational learning; 2) job motivation; 3) job satisfaction; 4) employee performance; 5) sustainable development, and 6) the effects of organizational learning and job motivation on job satisfaction, as well as their effects on employee performance for sustainable development. Both descriptive and explanatory surveys were utilized in this inquiry, and its focus is on employees within these organizations, with a sampling of 30 individuals. The investigation has a causal nature, and this study is done within a cross-sectional timeframe. In South Jakarta, food and beverage company employees have demonstrated satisfactory levels of learning and job motivation, as evidenced by research findings. Their work enthusiasm is also generally commendable, and they express contentment with their employers. However, the impact of satisfaction on employee performance cannot be discounted. Overall, it seems that organizational learning and job motivation play key roles in determining job satisfaction and performance in the food and beverage industry of South Jakarta. In South Jakarta’s food and beverage sector, employee satisfaction has a notable impact on their performance. As such, maintaining employee satisfaction is crucial for companies operating in the area. A crucial determinant of job satisfaction is work motivation, which must remain high. Thus, South Jakarta’s food and beverage companies must maintain these factors to ensure that their employees remain satisfied and productive for sustainable development.

Keywords: Organizational Learning; Work Motivation; Job Satisfaction; Employee Performance; Sustainable Development

JEL Classifications: Е24; Е41; Е64; I18; J28; J31

Acknowledgements and Funding: The authors received no direct funding for this research.

Contribution: The authors are responsible for the whole stages of preparing this article.

Data Availability Statement: All data will be available upon request.



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Received 10.06.2022
Received in revised form 22.07.2022
Accepted 26.10.2022
Available online 28.12.2022