The Effect of Work Training and Financial Compensation on the Performance of Agency Office Employeesbarru District Statistics Center
Keywords: Job Training; Financial Compensation; Employee Performance
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to determine the effect of job training and financial compensation partially and simultaneously on the performance of the employees of the Barru Regency Central Bureau of Statistics. The analytical methods used in this research are observation, interviews, questionnaires, documentation, and library research. Determination of the sample was determined by saturated sampling (census) and obtained as many as 74 respondents. The results of this study indicate that (1) Partially, job training has no effect on employee performance at the Office of the Central Bureau of Statistics, Barru Regency. This is evidenced by the results of testing the hypothesis t test where, tcount < ttable (2.024 > 1.993) and significant < 0.05 (0.047 < 0.05). Partially, Financial Compensation has an effect on employee performance at the Office of the Central Bureau of Statistics of Barru Regency. This is indicated by the results of testing the hypothesis t test where, tcount > ttable (5.738 > 1.993) and significant <0.05 (0.000 <0.05). (2) Simultaneously, Job Training and Financial Compensation affect the performance of employees at the Office of the Central Bureau of Statistics of Barru Regency. This is shown by the results of testing the F test hypothesis, where Fcount > Ftable (21,216 > 2.73) and significant <0.05 (0.000 <0.05). (3) The results of the determination coefficient of 0.374 indicate the ability of the independent variables to influence the dependent variable, namely 37.4%, therefore for researchers who will research with the same theme, it is advisable to add other variables that are not yet present in this study or to examine other variables , so that research results can be even better and prove the hypothesis. It is possible that this will provide results of a comparison of the effects of previous studies. Abstracts should be clear and comprehensive. For empirically based research, the abstract should cover the objectives of the study, research method and findings. For conceptually based paper, the abstract should cover an overview of the whole paper.