Building creativity in the television industry: The mediating role of meaning of work

Syamsul Hidayat, Anis Eliyana, Andika Setia Pratama, Alvin Permana Emur, Bayu Kresna Nugraha

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Abstract

Creative human resources are becoming urgent amidst development in recent decades. The television industry has been one that faces the challenge with the emergence of new platforms offering variety and ease of information. Hence this study aims to test the direct effect of perceived organizational support on employee creativity and the mediation role of the meaning of work. This study was conducted on Net Mediatama Television, a private television company, specifically among employees working in the content department, since this division constantly needs creativity to develop concepts and create a broadcast program. Data from 70 respondents were collected through online questionnaires and analyzed with the PLS technique. The results confirmed that perceived organizational support and meaning of work are relevant factors that directly stimulate and enhance employee creativity. The mediating role of work meaning for perceived organizational support and creativity was also proven significant. This indicates that employees who get organizational support have a strong meaning towards work so that their level of creativity increases. Based on these findings, organizations can formulate strategic steps to increase employee creativity by focusing on organizational support and meaningfulness in work.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)347-355
Number of pages9
JournalProblems and Perspectives in Management
Volume21
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • employee creativity
  • meaning of work
  • perceived organizational support
  • quality jobs
  • sustainable growth

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