The Effect of Competence, Training, and Compensation to Employment Performance

Purwanto Katidjan, Suharno Pawirosumarto, Tyas Yuliani
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXI, Issue 3, 280-292, 2018
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.21.03.021

Abstract:

Working staff at PT Asuransi Jiwa Bringin Jiwa Sejahtera (BRI life) achieved satisfactory and less than satisfactory assessment based on Performance Management Unit (SMK), thus it needs to be improved. The purpose of this study is to understand and analyze the effect of competence, training, and compensation variables to the staff performance at headquarter level either partially or simultaneously. The population used in this research is all of the staff at headquarters with the status of permanent employee or pattern contract 2. The sampling technique is probability sampling with Simple Random Sampling method using the slovin approach and 120 staff were taken as a sample. Data analysis consisted of Multiple Linear Regression. The results of the study showed that competence, training, and compensation partially and simultaneously have a positive and significant effect on performance variables. Compensation variable was shown as the most dominant effect. The authors suggested that the company gives a chance to the staff to improve social competence, giving qualified and required training facilities, as well as providing non-financial rewards. It can be one of the considerations in reviewing the compensation to improve performance and to achieve company goals.


Cite Article (APA Style)