The Influence Of Job Promotion, Work Culture, Work Facilities, Work Satisfaction On Employee Performance In The Hj Bunda Halimah Hospital Batam

Authors

  • Jemmy Rumengan Faculty of Economics,University of Batam Batam,29415,Riau Island
  • Adnan Suhardis Faculty of Economics,University of Batam Batam,29415,Riau Island
  • Dahlan Gunawan Faculty of Economics,University of Batam Batam,29415,Riau Island

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34306/conferenceseries.v3i2.453

Keywords:

Job Promotion, Work Culture, Work Facilities, Job Satisfaction, Performance

Abstract

In this study, researchers used respondent data, such as gender, age and duration  of work of respondents to be able to provide information about the characteristics of  respondents. The study population was employees in the Hj. Bunda Halimah hospital,  which consists of doctors and health workers such as nurses, midwives and administrative  staff. The sample is determined by the number of sample members (sample size) 55 people with proportional random sampling technique. 15 doctors and 40 health  employees. This research is the result of a field study to obtain questionnaire answer data  that measures five main variables in this study, namely Transformational Leadership,  Work Culture, Work Facilities, Job Satisfaction towards Performance in The Hj Bunda Halimah Hospital. The instrument was developed based on theoretical studies, then  defined in conceptual definitions, operational definitions, and developed through lattice  instruments and technical techniques. Knitted data analysis uses descriptive statistics and  statistical analysis to test the significance of path coefficients, descriptive statistics to  present data in the form of frequency distribution tables, histograms, and the number of  statistics such as media, modes, averages, variants, and foreign standards. exchange.  Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path coefficients using Partial Least  Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural  equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples, and of course  with a large number of samples will be better able to improve the accuracy of estimates.  PLS does not require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not. The  construct form can use a reflective or formative model in which from the results of  statistical analysis, the relationship between variables formulated in the formulation of a  problem as many as 7 pieces obtained significant results.

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2021-01-26

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Rumengan, J., Suhardis, A., & Gunawan, D. (2021). The Influence Of Job Promotion, Work Culture, Work Facilities, Work Satisfaction On Employee Performance In The Hj Bunda Halimah Hospital Batam. Conference Series, 3(2), 8-15. https://doi.org/10.34306/conferenceseries.v3i2.453

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