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Effect of Training, Compensation and Work Discipline against Employee Job Performance (Studies in the Office of PT. PLN (Persero) Service Area and Network Malang)
Review of European Studies (2015)
  • ilham thaief ilham ilham, management
  • aris baharuddin aris aris
  • priyono iyon priyono, management
  • HMS. IDRUS IDRUS IDRUS, sciences manageent, Brawijaya University
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to describe the training variable and to know the simultaneous and partial effects
from the variables of training, compensation and work discipline toward the employee work performance of PT
PLN (Persero) Malang Service and Network Area.  
This research is an explanatory research or explanation study, which explain the causal relationship among the
variables through the testing of hypotheses. This research is held in the office of PT PLN (Persero) Malang
Service and Network Area. The sample in this research is 44 respondents. The independent variables are:
Training (X1), Compensation (X2) and Work Discipline (X3). The dependent variable is Employee Work
Performance (Y). Multiple linear regression analysis is used as the statistical method.  
Based on the descriptive analysis on this research result, it can be conclude that the training followed by the
employees is assessed on its target especially for the content of the material and optimal time duration.
Compensation is rated in good level, especially on the salaries and complementary compensation. While for the
facility element consists of vehicle and residence needs to be improved.  
Employee work performance is also very positively responded in its three elements such as punctuality, work
quality and work quantity. The training, compensation and work discipline simultaneously and partially have
significant effects toward the employee work performance in PT. PLN (Persero) Malang Service and Network
Area. The whole effects of the independent variables have a positive direction. The largest contribution comes
from the training variable. 
Keywords
  • training,
  • compensation,
  • discipline of work and work performance
Publication Date
Spring June 26, 2015
DOI
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/res.v7n11p23
Publisher Statement
Correspondence: Priyono, Department of Management Studies Program, Faculty of Economics, University of
PGRI ADI Buana Surabaya, Indonesia. Tel: 62-0812-1697-4878. E-mail: priyono.unu_sidoarjo@yahoo.com
Citation Information
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/res.v7n11p23
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