• Abstract

    Every organization in Industry 4.0 must adapt to technological advancements. In Industry 4.0, workforce features must transform weaknesses into opportunities for organizational synergies. Workers in Industry 4.0 are mostly millennial in age. When paired with prior generations who have worked in the organization, there will be multigenerational management. Companies face significant challenges in selecting inventive millennial personnel and managing, empowering, and measuring performance to achieve maximum productivity. The purpose of this study is to explain the direct influence of employee empowerment on employee competency and organizational commitment, with a corporate learning culture serving as a moderator. Data from PT. BRI Martadinata Malang Branch Office employees were collected and analysed using a structural equation model using partial least squares and WarpPLS 6.0 software. According to the findings of this study, employee empowerment has a considerable impact on employee competency and organizational commitment. An organizational learning culture modifies the impact of employee empowerment on organizational commitment.

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