The Influence of Job Satisfaction, Motivation, and Organizational Commitment to Employee Performance
Tobing, Diana Sulianti K.
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this study aims to investigate the relationship between the variables of job satisfaction, motivation, and organizational commitment to employee performance. Quantitative descriptive study with explanatory research design. The population in this study is the total number of employees in STIE Mandala Jember both fixed and non-permanent employees which amounted to 90. Samples taken are of 55 respondents and the back and analyzed by 50, by using simple random sampling technique. The analytical tool used is multiple linear regression. The results showed that job satisfaction, motivation and organizational commitment simultaneous influence to employee performance, than partially job satisfaction no significant influence on employee performance, and the other variable motivation and organizational commitment has significant.
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