Factors affecting employee performance improvement: A survey study based on work performance theory
Nurcahyono, Bambang Hariadi, Endang Mardiati
This study discusses the factors that influence employee performance using work performance theory. The variables used in this study were education level, job redesign, job satisfaction and remuneration. Using 215 samples of employees working in the Directorate General of Tax (DGT) of East Java III, the method of data analysis used SEM-PLS with the help of the WarpPLS 6.0 application. The results showed that the level of education, job redesign and remuneration had a positive effect on employee performance, job satisfaction was able to mediate the relationship between work redesign and employee performance and remuneration was able to strengthen the education level relationship with job redesign.