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KCI등재 학술저널

Effect of Motivation;Leadership;and Organizational Culture on Satisfaction and Employee Performance

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The study investigates by empirical methods the effect of motivation;leadership;and organizational culture on job satisfaction;and employee performance at Wahana Resources Ltd North Seram District;Central Maluku Regency;Indonesia. This examination intends to be a critical review for academics researching the field of human resources management (HRM). The study’s sample consisted of 155 employees who were selected using the Proportionate Stratified Random Sampling method. At the same time;data were collected using a questionnaire and then analyzed using the Structural Equation Modeling on Amos. The results of data analysis showed that work motivation and organizational culture had a positive and significant effect on performance;but did not significantly influence employee job satisfaction. While leadership has a substantial impact on employee job satisfaction;it does not affect performance. The results of testing the coefficient of determination show that job satisfaction is influenced for 57.4% by motivation;leadership;and culture variables;while employee performance variables are influenced for 73.5% by motivation;leadership;culture;and job satisfaction variables. Other factors outside this study influence the rest. Motivation;leadership;and organizational culture of employees need to be improved to increase job satisfaction. Invariably;if employee job satisfaction increases;employee performance will also increase.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review and Hypotheses Development

3. Research Methods and Materials

4. Results and Discussion

5. Conclusions

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