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Title:
The Effect Of Work Discipline, Achievement Motivation And Career Path Toward Employee Performance Of The National Resilience Institute Of The Republic Of Indonesia
Author Name:
Dr. Ignatius Jeffrey, Mahmud Soleman
Abstract:
ABSTRACT Basically optimal organizational performance is the hope of the National Resilience Institution of the Indonesian Republic as a non-ministerial government institution under and responsible for the president. Based on primary and secondary data can be focused three dominant factors that influence employee performance of the National Resilience Institution of the Indonesian Republic is: work discipline (X1), motivation (X2) and career path (X3). Research design use quantitative methods. Population amounted to 610 with sample size using Slovin’s formula counted 242 respondents. Primary data sourced from the distribution of questionnaires to employees of the National Resilience Institution of the Indonesian Republic and secondary data sourced from literature studies through various books, journals, and articles. Data analysis uses multiple regression analysis. The results found concluded that the work discipline (X1), achievement motivation (X2) and career path (X3) partially and simultaneously significant effect on employee performance of the National Resilience Institution of the Indonesian Republic. Thus, it is expected the management can pay attention to these three factors in an effort to improve employee performance. Keywords: Work Discipline, Achievement Motivation, Career Path, Employee Performance
Cite this article:
Dr. Ignatius Jeffrey, Mahmud Soleman , " The Effect Of Work Discipline, Achievement Motivation And Career Path Toward Employee Performance Of The National Resilience Institute Of The Republic Of Indonesia " , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 6, Issue 8, August 2017 , pp. 106-113 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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