The Influence of Career Development, Competence, Work Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Against the Performance of Health Service Employees in Bintan Regency

Authors

  • Putri Rahmawati Student of the MSDM Doctoral Program, Faculty of Economics, University of Batam Batam, Riau Island - Indonesia
  • Verlina Y Kawangung Student of the MSDM Doctoral Program, Faculty of Economics, University of Batam Batam, Riau Island - Indonesia
  • Didi Kurniadi Student of the MSDM Doctoral Program, Faculty of Economics, University of Batam Batam, Riau Island - Indonesia
  • Faisal Husni Student of the MSDM Doctoral Program, Faculty of Economics, University of Batam Batam, Riau Island - Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34306/conferenceseries.v3i2.463

Keywords:

Career Development, Competence, Work Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Performance

Abstract

This study uses a causal model survey method using path analysis techniques. This study aims to confirm the  theoretical model with empirical data, the study population is employees in the Bintan Regency Health Office, which  consists of civil servants and honorary employees with samples of 89 employees. Data collecting technical using  variable measurements by questionnaire instruments, this instrument was developed based on theoretical studies. Data  analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical analysis. 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 does not require the assumption that  data distribution must be normal or not. The results of the analysis found that relationships between variables  formulated in the formulation of the problem as many as 6 pieces obtained significant. 

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2021-01-27

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Rahmawati, P., Kawangung, V. Y., Kurniadi, D., & Husni, F. (2021). The Influence of Career Development, Competence, Work Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Against the Performance of Health Service Employees in Bintan Regency. Conference Series, 3(2), 59-66. https://doi.org/10.34306/conferenceseries.v3i2.463

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