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PENGARUH DISIPLIN, MOTIVASI KERJA DAN KOMPENSASI TERHADAP KINERJA PEGAWAI TENAGA KERJA OUTSOURCING (TKO) PADA SATUAN KERJA PUSAT PROGRAM TRANSFORMASI BANK INDONESIA

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  • Acep
  • Ramadhani Hamzah
  • Riduan Siagian

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36310/jebi.v15i02.185

Keywords:

Discipline, Job Motivation, Compensation and Employee Performance

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of variables of discipline, job
motivation, compensation and employee performance. Test results partially for disciplinary
variables with a statistic value of tcount> t table (4.258> 1.985) and a probability value of 0.000 <
0.05, then Ho is rejected means there is a significant effect of the discipline variable on employee
performance. Partial test results for job motivation variables with a statistic value of t count> t table
(1.207 <1,985) and a probability value of 0.207 > 0.05, then Ho is accepted means that there is no
significant effect of work motivation variables on employee performance. Partial test results for
compensation variables with a statistic value of t count> t table (3.613 > 1.985) and a probability
value of 0.000 < 0.05, then Ho is rejected means that there is a significant effect of the compensation
variable on employee performance. Simultaneous test results with a value of Fcount > Ftable
(30.234> 2.70), then Ho is rejected or Ha is accepted which means that there is a significant
simultaneous influence (together) of the variables of discipline, work motivation, and compensation
together towards variable employee performance.

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2020-12-15 — Updated on 2021-03-06

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Acep, Hamzah, R., & Siagian, R. (2021). PENGARUH DISIPLIN, MOTIVASI KERJA DAN KOMPENSASI TERHADAP KINERJA PEGAWAI TENAGA KERJA OUTSOURCING (TKO) PADA SATUAN KERJA PUSAT PROGRAM TRANSFORMASI BANK INDONESIA. Jurnal Ekonomi Bisnis Indonesia, 15(02), 51-61. https://doi.org/10.36310/jebi.v15i02.185 (Original work published December 15, 2020)

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